Former IRS can stop your IRS tax levy garnishment and settle your case at the same time. Get Your Paycheck Back NOW.
We are a local South Florida tax firm that has been practicing since 1982 and we know the exact system to get an immediate IRS tax levy garnishment released, get your paycheck back and close your case out all at the same time.
We have worked thousands of cases since 1982 and are true IRS tax experts. As former IRS agents we worked out of the local South Florida IRS offices.
Believe it or not, IRS does not want to levy anyone’s paycheck or garnish anyone’s bank account.
Yes, IRS finds no pleasure in taking anyone’s hard-earned money. As a former IRS agent and teaching instructor we hated ever to send the levy out but the bottom line is we need to get the taxpayers attention to close the case.
IRS does so because taxpayers have not resolved their IRS problem after IRS has sent a series of four different notices to the last known address the IRS had on file. IRS usually sends letters out in a series of six-week cycles with the final notice before seizure the last notice.
Part of the problem is twofold, number one, many people have never received the notice because they have moved, or number two, they’ve ignored the IRS letter.
With that said, the Internal Revenue Service’s CADE2 computer self generates a form 688W which is a continuous garnishment notice on the person’s paycheck or wages.
IRS gets their levy sources off the computer by matching up the W-2s, or 1099s they receive from third-party payors. IRS keeps this information of levy sources for the last six years.
So what can you do to stop the IRS levy or wage garnishment on your paycheck?
The case must be closed off the IRS enforcement computer and Internal Revenue Service uses their own financial statement which is either a 433A, 433F to make determination on how your case will close.
There is an art to the filling out and the documentation of the financial statement. As former IRS agents, managers and teaching instructors we know the exact processes and methodologies to make the taxpayer look in the best light to the Internal Revenue Service.
After years of experience with the Internal Revenue Service we know exactly how IRS is going to value your financial statement and the various outcomes that will occur. we have worked thousands and thousands of IRS cases
Call us today for a free initial tax consultation and we will walk you through the financial statement and documentation required to get the levy released.
As a general rule, we can get your IRS wage levy garnishment released within 24 hours of receiving your current financial statement.
An important tax return notice:
All your tax returns are going to have to be filed with the Internal Revenue Service as a general rule before the Internal Revenue Service will release any levy on a paycheck or wage garnishment. With or without tax records we can prepare all your back tax returns.
How will IRS close your case off of their enforcement computer?
The big question every taxpayer asks is,” how is IRS going to close my case and give me immediate tax relief.”?
After IRS reviews your current financial statement there are generally three closing methods that the Internal Revenue Service will employ.
IRS will either put you into a currently not collectible or suspended status, IRS may determine you as a monthly payment agreement or installment agreement candidate, or a taxpayer can qualify for an offer in compromise.
Two other alternatives do exist the first is the statute of limitations expiration and number to the filing of a bankruptcy.
When you call our office we will review with you every possible closing method and get you an immediate release of your wage garnishment.
We are composed of former IRS agents, managers and teachings instructors.
Call us today for free initial tax consultation. where local South Florida tax firm you can come by and visit our offices, Skype us or call and set up an appointment to get immediate relief from an IRS tax levy garnishment.
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