IRS Wage Garnishment

You received a notice of "intent to Levy" 30 days ago and you forgot or ignored it. Now it's Payday. Expecting a check, you open the envelope and find that the IRS has taken most of your money. What's left is not enough to pay the rent, car payment, buy groceries, or pay the rest of the bills. This action will continue on every check due you, until the tax owed is paid in full.

Unfortunately, your employer has no authority in regard to an IRS wage garnishment. Your employer is required by law to deduct the percentage, as determined by the IRS, from all your paychecks.

Relief, however, is available.  Through our negotiation with the IRS, wage garnishments can often be released in lieu of approved payment plans. The payment plan is always more favorable than any IRS wage garnishment, as it allows you to receive your whole paycheck without fears of future wage garnishments.

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