How to Get Through an IRS Wage Levy Unscathed

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Your employer has no choice but to directly give a part of your paycheck to the Internal Revenue Service if he or she gets a notification that you are under an IRS wage garnishment.

You will be able to address the garnishment of your wages with resources. In fact, in some cases, after working with a tax professional such as a tax attorney, they may be able to get your IRS wage garnishment released in a relatively timely manner.

Similar to all areas of the IRS, there are very specific rules and guidelines related to getting an IRS levy released, and your wage garnishments halted. IRS employees need to follow strict rules before they handle any cases, or else face severe job punishments.

A qualified and experienced tax professional will understand when the IRS is just giving you the runaround. The IRS typically simply doesn’t want to help taxpayers.

The IRS wants to collect money from you in the shortest possible time; which is why they favor using wage garnishments. Although many individuals who work in the IRS are quite friendly and cordial, they all have those underlying and fundamental job characteristics that can eventually ruin your life.

You require a tax lawyer or any tax professional who are not only knowledgeable of the IRS guidelines but also have a successful track record in dealing with the IRS regarding wage garnishments. This way, you’re sure that your case goes through the proper channels and that the IRS follows their rules.

It is better to pick a tax professional you can easily work with as proceedings may take time. You should make it as easy as possible for yourself.

 

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