The Process to immediately Stop an IRS Wage Garnishment
Before the Internal Revenue Service will stop an IRS wage garnishment they will want a current financial statement.
That financial statement will be on form 433-F. You can find that form on our website.
You will need to provide the Internal Revenue Service not only this financial statement you will also need to show IRS a current pay stub and last 3 to 6 months of bank statements. The IRS will determine the collectibility of your case based on your current financial statement and financial needs.
To immediately stop the IRS wage garnishment this information needs to be faxed or sent to the Internal Revenue Service as soon as possible. As soon as the IRS agent can review your case and your current financial statement, they can make a determination on how they will settle your case. As a general rule once the IRS agent has your current financial statement they will release and stop your IRS wage garnishment that very day.
Also, you should be aware that the Internal Revenue Service will make sure that all prior years tax returns are filed and appear on the IRS computer system.
We can usually get an IRS wage garnishment release to stop your IRS levy garnishment within 24 hours of receiving your financial information.