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The IRS sends out 3.6 million Bank and Wage Levy Garnishments each and every year. They follow these up with 950,000 Federal Tax Liens.

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We have over 206 years of professional tax experience in dealing with the IRS notice of intent to levy.

We not only can stop the IRS levy, we can settle your case at the same time.

Make sure you contact IRS by the follow-up date or the CADE2 IRS computer will automatically generate bank levies or wage garnishments.

Not a human hand touches your levy they are all systemically generated by IRS’s computer.

You will have 30 days to respond to this IRS Notice/Letter.

Let us call the IRS to stop all enforcement action on you today!

The IRS sends out approximately 4 million bank levies and wage garnishments each year. If the letter you have just received is not responded to, the Internal Revenue Service will follow-up with enforcement action.

They will proceed within two weeks after the 30th day of your letter by seizing your wages and/or your bank account.

Call us today and we can stop the IRS levy right away. You will never have to speak them.

Whatever you do, be assertive with the Internal Revenue Service in handling your problem because the problem will not go away by itself.

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  • Our staff has over 205 years of professional IRS tax representation experience collectively
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If this has happened to you we have a quick and affordable process to get you an immediate IRS wage garnishment release.

As Former IRS agents and managers, we know the fastest and most affordable way to get your IRS Wage Garnishment Stopped and released.

The IRS collection process allows for the IRS to levy wages for uncollected back taxes. These IRS  Wage garnishments will not go away until you take the proper steps to take care of this situation.

Your employer must comply with the federal rules for the IRS Wage Levy or your employer will have sanctions imposed on them by Internal Revenue Service.

It is possible within days to get this Federal Wage Levy or garnishment removed and released and your case closed.

We have over 206 years of professional tax experience and over 60 years of working directly for the Internal Revenue Service in the local, district, and regional tax offices of the Internal Revenue Service. While at the Internal Revenue Service we taught tax law.

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Some Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if I don’t pay or contact the IRS?

If you don’t pay the amount due, they may seize (“levy”) any state tax refund to which you’re entitled. This is your notice of intent to levy as required by Internal Revenue Code section 6331(d).

If you still have an outstanding balance after they seize (“levy”) your state tax refund, they may send you a notice giving you a right to a hearing before the IRS Office of Appeals, if you have not already received such a notice. The IRS may then seize (“levy”) or take possession of your other property or your rights to the property.

Property includes:

  • Wages, real estate commissions, and other income
  • Bank accounts
  • Business assets
  • Personal assets (including your car and home)
  • Social Security benefits

If you don’t pay the amount due or call the IRS to make payment arrangements, they can file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien on your property at any time, if they haven’t already done so.

If the lien is in place, you may find it difficult to sell or borrow against your property. The tax lien would also appear on your credit report ― which may harm your credit rating ― and your creditors would also be publicly notified that the IRS has priority to seize your property.

What if I don’t agree or have already taken corrective action?

If you do not agree with this notice, contact the IRS immediately at the number printed at the top of the notice. They will do our best to help you. If you have already paid this liability or arranged to pay it with an installment agreement, you should still call them at the number printed at the top of the notice to make sure your account reflects this.

Remember, you can always Appeal your case.

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Understanding the IRS Notice of Intent to Levy

When the IRS believes you owe taxes, they might send you a “notice of intent to levy.” But what is this document, and why did you receive it? Simply put, a notice of intent to levy is the IRS’s way of informing you that they plan to take specific action to collect the taxes they believe you owe. Before you panic or toss the letter aside, it’s essential to grasp its significance.

So, what exactly is it?

A Notice of Intent to Levy (NOIL) is a letter from the IRS that warns you that they may take action to collect your tax debt. The NOIL will give you a certain amount of time to take action to avoid the levy, such as setting up an installment agreement or requesting Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status.

The NOIL will include the following information:

  • The amount of tax debt you owe
  • The type of tax debt you owe
  • The options available to you to avoid the levy
  • The date by which you must take action to avoid the levy

What Does an IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy Mean?

Receiving the final notice of intent to levy indicates that the IRS has already tried to communicate with you about the tax debt, and they’re now in the final stages of their collection process. 

This isn’t just another letter; it’s a final call to action. When you see the term “final notice of intent to levy,” it’s the IRS telling you that you’re running out of time to address the tax issue. Ignoring it might lead to severe repercussions, such as the IRS garnishing your wages or seizing your assets.

How to Respond to an Intent to Levy Notice from the IRS?

It’s essential not to ignore any IRS intent to levy notices. Doing so might lead to unwanted complications. First, get a clear understanding of what the notice is stating. Ask yourself, what is a notice of levy from IRS, and why did I get it? If you’re unsure or feel overwhelmed, seeking professional help can be a wise decision.

But, first, know how to respond post contacting the IRS:

  1. Request a Collection Due Process hearing: You can request a Collection Due Process hearing to challenge the IRS’s decision to levy your assets.
  2. Set up an installment agreement: You can set up an installment agreement to pay off your tax debt over time.
  3. Request Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status: You can request CNC status if you are unable to pay your tax debt due to financial hardship.
  4. File for bankruptcy: If you are facing financial difficulties, you may want to consider filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can stop the IRS from levying your assets.

When you receive a notice, especially a final notice of intent to levy, immediate action is vital. Confirm the debt’s accuracy, and if you believe there’s an error, promptly communicate with the IRS. If the debt is accurate but you can’t pay it in full, consider setting up a payment plan or looking into other tax relief options.

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