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IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy

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Each year, the IRS issues 3.6 million Bank and Wage Levy Garnishments, and backs these with 950,000 Federal Tax Liens.

Be sure to respond to the IRS by the stipulated follow-up date, as the CADE2 IRS computer will systematically trigger bank levies or wage garnishments without human intervention.

You will have a 30-day window to respond to this IRS Notice/Letter.

Allow us to contact the IRS and halt all enforcement action against you today!

Annually, the IRS sends out approximately 4 million bank levies and wage garnishments. A failure to respond to the letter you’ve received will lead to enforcement action within two weeks after the 30th day, resulting in the seizure of your wages and/or your bank account.

Reach out to us today, and we can prevent the IRS levy immediately. You won’t even have to speak to them.

Whatever you do, act promptly in dealing with the Internal Revenue Service, as ignoring the problem will not make it disappear.

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IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy

How we handle your IRS case to get you immediate tax relief/help and permanently end your IRS Tax Problem

We collect all relevant information from our clients to ensure that we have an exact understanding of the issue at hand.

We will send a power of attorney to the IRS so we can handle all correspondence for you.

As soon as we make that initial call, we request the IRS to cease all enforcement measures.

We obtain the necessary tax records from the IRS database to ensure accurate tax reporting.

To become current, we handle the filing of any returns that the IRS needs. It's required to file all tax returns before the IRS will review any agreements.

We minimize cost by exploring all options for your case within legal limits.

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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