Wage Garnishment Levies
When payday rolls around and you are expecting to receive a full paycheck, but suddenly discover that your paycheck has been garnished by the IRS, your life can become very difficult. Owing the IRS back taxes and not responding to IRS Notices, IRS correspondence, or collection efforts can result in getting an IRS Wage Garnishment.
When taxpayers do not respond to IRS collection notices and continue to disregard their demands for payment for tax liabilities claimed due, the IRS will give their “final” legal notice pursuant to whatever relevant section of the Internal Revenue Code that they will seek other methods for tax collection. At De Luna Law, these types of notices are the ones our clients bring in, many of which remain unopened, as many clients tell us that all the notices seem to look the same at some point. Once the IRS sends out their last “friendly” notice, they don’t have to provide any further notice before commencing other types of collection activity such as wage garnishment.
If you have received an IRS Wage Garnishment, your life has probably changed overnight. Depending on how much the IRS is taking will determine how devastating the garnishment is on you and your family. There are always options when you are facing the IRS. Until you do something to stop the wage garnishment, the IRS will continue to take the money each and every paycheck until such time that the IRS tax liability is paid in full.
Getting a wage garnishment released can be difficult without the help of a tax professional. At the tax law offices of De Luna Law, we may be able to help you get rid of your IRS wage garnishment as well as resolve whatever tax problems caused the wage garnishment in the first place. Our tax lawyers have years of experience in negotiating the release of wage garnishments and resolving tax problems with the Internal Revenue Service. To learn how our tax lawyers may be able to help you to release an IRS wage garnishment, contact us today at 800-897-4076