Wage Levy (Wage Garnishment)
In the case of an IRS levy, your property can be legally seized to satisfy a tax debt that has been incurred. The court can order the garnishment of your wages, liquidating your bank or financial accounts, and the seizure or sale of your property.
Tax levies are authorized to collect delinquent taxes under section 6331 of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC).
In the event that you receive a Notice of Levy for your account from your financial institution, you have 21 days to respond to the notice. Your accounts will then be drained, and the money will be forwarded to the IRS so that it can be recovered. The levy may be revoked if you act immediately, so please contact us as soon as possible.
Our combined efforts will enable us to compile and forward the IRS the required information they require in order to release the levy. In addition, we will ensure that the best possible payment arrangement for you is negotiated according to the law and your finances.