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IRS Wage Garnishment

An IRS wage Garnishment is an extreme measure taken by the IRS to make sure they get paid the taxes owed. The IRS will contact your employer and have them withhold the amount they want from every paycheck, until the debt is fulfilled. If you have received any type of notice from the IRS, contact New York Tax Attorney Service at (347) 535-4017 to be connected with a tax professional.

What is an IRS Wage Garnishment?

A wage garnishment is a type of levy. The IRS will send a final notice of intent, and you usually have 30 days from that notice until the levy takes effect. The IRS can take a huge chunk of your money each paycheck, including bonuses, and even if you are on Social Security. If the IRS wage garnishment is causing an immediate financial hardship, the IRS may remove the levy from your paycheck, but this does not mean that the debt is forgiven. You still have to pay back the debt, but they may work out a payment plan or installment agreement with you.
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What Should I do about my wage garnishment?

If you have just received a notice from the IRS, the best thing to do is to pay the debt in full, before the IRS garnishes your wages. If you are not able to do this, there are other options available. You can try and start a payment plan or an installment agreement with the IRS. This would allow you to make monthly payments instead of having your wages garnished. The IRS can even direct debit your account, to make sure you never miss a payment. You could also try for an offer in compromise. This is where you send an offer to the IRS with a 20% down payment and see if they accept your offer. An offer in compromise is more difficult to get than an installment agreement, so you may want a qualified tax professional to help you with that. Contact New York Tax Attorney Service at (347) 535-4017.
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If you have received a final notice of intent, you only have 30 days to make arrangements before the IRS garnishes your wages. It is more difficult to make an agreement with the IRS once the levy has taken effect, so make sure you do what you can before it actually begins. Read more about Tax Debt Solutions.

Take Action on Your Wage Garnishment

Overall, an IRS Wage Garnishment can cause enormous headaches and financial instability. It is always best to try and pay your taxes in a timely manner, so the IRS has no reason to garnish your wages. If you cannot afford to pay the full amount of your taxes, you can file and extension, or make a payment arrangement with the IRS. To be connected to tax debt professional, contact New York Tax Attorney Service today at (347) 535-4017.
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An IRS wage garnishment can set you way back both financially and emotionally. One day you go to get your check and it is missing a really significant amount of your money. If this has happened to you then call (347) 535-4017 right now for a free IRS wage garnishment consultation to see what you can do to protect yourself. There is no obligation and the call is free. Take steps to get rid of the IRS wage garnishment today!