How to Remove IRS Wage Garnishment

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IRS Levies 1.9 million taxpayers each and every year!!!

The IRS generally sends tax levies only after several notices have been sent to the taxpayer over a period of approximately five weeks. These notices include CP 14, which notifies the taxpayer of an outstanding balance due; CP 501, which is a bill indicating that tax is still owed; CP 503, which requires immediate action; and CP 504, which is an urgent notice indicating that the IRS intends to levy certain assets. The final notices before the IRS begins to levy on assets are CP90, CP297, and IRS Letter 1058, which give the taxpayer the chance to respond and request a hearing. CP 91 and CP 298 are the final notices that are sent before the IRS moves to levy on a taxpayer’s Social Security benefits.

If you’ve encountered this situation, we can swiftly and economically arrange an immediate release from IRS wage garnishment for you.

Having previously worked as IRS agents and managers, we possess the knowledge to halt and release your IRS Wage Garnishment in the most expedient and cost-effective manner.

The IRS has the authority to seize wages for unpaid back taxes through its collection process. This IRS Wage Garnishment will persist until you undertake the necessary measures to resolve this issue.

Your employer is obligated to adhere to federal guidelines concerning the IRS Wage Levy; otherwise, they may face penalties from the Internal Revenue Service.

In just a matter of days, it’s feasible to have this Federal Wage Levy or garnishment eliminated, released, and your case concluded.

Our team has more than 28 years of professional tax expertise, and we are intimately familiar with the quickest and most efficient procedures to put an end to an IRS wage garnishment.

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Here is how simple the process is to get a Wage Garnishment Release by Dreis Tax Services.

Promptly inform your payroll department that you have engaged the services of a professional organization to address the IRS issue.

Ensure that you have filed all your outstanding tax returns with the IRS, and feel free to seek our assistance in this matter.

Dreis Tax Services, a tax professional, can communicate with the IRS on your behalf using power of attorney to resolve back tax issues and alleviate stress.

We'll help you prepare IRS Form 433a/433f and required documents. Please share all relevant details.

Our procedure is to assemble and dispatch paperwork to the IRS, request the release of wage levy or garnishment, and close your case.

Don’t let the IRS take more money from you and your family with each passing day. Contact Dreis Tax Services, a tax professional, today and we will work on your behalf to put an end to wage garnishment levies. Don’t hesitate, reach out to us now for immediate assistance.

The Process to immediately Stop an IRS Wage Garnishment

Before the IRS will halt an IRS wage garnishment, they will require a present financial statement.

This financial statement must be provided on form 433-F, which is available on our website.

You must furnish the IRS not only with this financial statement but also with a recent pay stub and your bank statements from the last 3 to 6 months. Your current financial statement and needs will be the basis on which the IRS assesses the collectibility of your case.

To promptly cease the IRS wage garnishment, this information must be faxed or sent to the Internal Revenue Service without delay. Once the IRS agent reviews your current financial statement and your case, they can decide on the settlement approach. Typically, the IRS agent will release and halt your IRS wage garnishment on the very day they have your current financial statement.

Additionally, you should know that the Internal Revenue Service will verify that all prior years’ tax returns have been filed and are visible on the IRS computer system.

We can generally obtain a release to stop your IRS wage garnishment within 24 hours after receiving your financial information.

IRS Rules concerning Wage Garnishments

An individual can have their wages, salary, and other forms of income seized by the IRS.

These types of income from personal services rendered in an employer-employee relationship are subject to collection by the IRS.

Can you be fired? If an Employer Threatens to Fire Taxpayer Because of a Levy:

Occasionally, an employer may threaten to dismiss an employee to sidestep dealing with a levy.

This could constitute a breach of 15 USC 1674.

Should the employer terminate the taxpayer for this reason, they may face a fine of up to $1000 or imprisonment for no more than one year, or possibly both.

You should direct the taxpayer to the Wage and Hour Division within the Department of Labor (DOL). It falls to the DOL, not the IRS, to determine if the employer has broken the law.

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Did you know the IRS Wage Garnishment has a Continuous Effect of Levy on Salary and Wages?

A wage and salary levy differs from other IRS levies in that it has a continuous impact on the taxpayer. It stays in place until it is lifted and applies to all future payments. This includes any form of compensation like fees, bonuses, commissions, and related earnings.

All other types of levies only impact property or rights to property that are present at the time when the levy is initiated.


When a bank account is subjected to levy, it can only seize the money that is present in the account at the time the levy is implemented. It cannot access any money that is deposited after that point.

However, in the case of other income levies, it can seize any payment that the taxpayer is entitled to, provided that the payment is fixed and determinable. If the payment does not depend on the performance of future services, the levy can also include any future payments that the taxpayer is entitled to receive.

Retirement Income.

To seize an author’s royalties, a Form 668-A is given, which pertains specifically to royalties that are fixed and determinable for books that have already been published.

The levy targets royalties for future book sales, but not those for books that aren’t yet written and published. A new levy is mandatory to seize royalties for those upcoming books.

Another Example:

A Form 668-W is utilized to impose a levy on a taxpayer’s retirement income. Since the taxpayer has an unchangeable right to future payments, the levy continues in force until it is released.

Exclusions from the IRS Wage Garnishment

A portion of the individual taxpayer’s earnings, such as wages, salary (inclusive of fees, bonuses, commissions, and alike), other income, as well as retirement and benefit proceeds, is shielded from the levy.

The weekly amount that is protected is:

The sum of the taxpayer’s standard deduction combined with the amount that can be deducted for exemptions on the income tax return for the year in which the levy is executed.

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Then, this total is divided by 52.

If the income is not paid on a weekly basis, it will be prorated, ensuring the same exempt amount. Additionally, any sum required by the taxpayer to meet court-ordered child support obligations is exempted. Please take into consideration:

The support order may be derived from either a court or an administrative procedure, as governed by the laws and protocols of a state, territory, or possession.

If support is permitted, the same child cannot be utilized as an exemption when determining the exempt amount. For reference, see IRM (2)a above.

The IRS will not lift any Wage Levy until all necessary tax returns have been submitted.

If you lack the required records, we can obtain all your information from the IRS to prepare for all previous years. Brian Dreis, a tax professional, can facilitate this process within just a few days.

IRS allows you some money during the garnishment phase.

The IRS may send a Wage Levy or wage garnishment to your employer, but there are some exemptions that the IRS allows you to keep.

Your employer will receive a chart from the IRS to help determine the amount you can keep from your paycheck. This amount is meant to cover basic living expenses only. For instance, in 2009, a single taxpayer with one exemption was allowed to keep $179.81 per week, and the IRS was authorized to take the remainder of the money.

Why did the IRS place a Wage Levy on me?

The IRS has issued a Wage Levy or wage garnishment because the taxpayer failed to reply to letters from the IRS. By law, the IRS must make several attempts to reach a taxpayer who owes taxes.

Some taxpayers may not get this information due to relocation or failure to receive the mail sent by the IRS. Regardless, once an IRS Notice of Levy has been sent, it will not be removed until communication has been established with the Internal Revenue Service. Dreis Tax Services, a tax professional, can manage the IRS dealings on your behalf.

Dreis Tax Services, tax professional will

  • Obtain a copy of your full tax history transcript;
  • Submit a power of attorney to the IRS, so you don’t have to directly communicate with them;
  • Achieve the removal or release of the Federal Tax Levy;
  • Conclude your case and resolve your outstanding tax issues.

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