The IRS can serve the Final Notice to Levy/Notice of Bank Levy or Wage Garnishment in
person, leave it at the taxpayer’s home or usual place of business, or send the Notice of IRS Levy or IRS Wage Garnishment to the last known address by certified or registered mail. It is important to note that the IRS is only required to send the Final IRS Levy Notice (Final IRS Bank Levy or IRS Wage Garnishment Notice) to the last address known to it. The taxpayer does not need to actually receive the Notice for IRS Bank Levy or IRS Wage Garnishment for it to be effective.
Many taxpayers (you included) may never actually receive the IRS Levy Final Notice. You may not realize that you are in danger of receiving an IRS Wage Levy/IRS Wage Garnishment until your wages are actually garnished or your Bank account has been seized. The Bank is instructed to freeze all of your funds (21 days which includes Saturday and Sundays) that are in your Bank accounts at the time of the IRS Levy. Your Bank is ordered to forward your funds to the IRS. Banks are obligated to follow the IRS Levy instructions. Our highly skilled IRS Tax Attorneys can have your funds released back to you. Remember, you have 21 days to get your bank account money returned . You need to act immediately. Ideally, you should contact Flat Fee Tax Service
as soon as you receive the IRS Levy Letter/IRS Notice to Levy. The IRS commonly uses an IRS Levy as a way for collecting back income taxes and this can have a devastating impact on a taxpayer's financial situation.
Our determined and diligent IRS Tax Attorneys have experience with the IRS Levy process. We need the name of your Bank along with the phone and fax to the person at your Bank that handles an IRS Bank Levy. Once one of our Flat Fee Tax Service
tax attorneys have secured the IRS Bank Levy Release, we will forward your Release of Levy/Release of Property from Levy (Form 668-D) to your bank. Have your IRS Bank Levy released immediately and recover any lost funds today.
If the IRS Executed an IRS Levy on your Bank, you can be sure that their next step is to proceed with an IRS Wage Garnishment/IRS Levy. IRS Wage Garnishment/IRS Levy THE IRS WILL DEMAND of your employer that a portion of your IRS Wage Garnishment/IRS Levy be sent directly to the IRS. Section 6334 does allow for an exempt amount that must remain outside of the IRS Levy/IRS Wage Garnishment. That amount is very small, leaving you without enough money to satisfy your regular living expenses.
An IRS Wage Levy/IRS Wage Garnishment upon your paycheck, your Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) is considered to be a continuous IRS Wage Garnishment/IRS Wage Levy, i.e. it needs to be applied only once and will be applicable to your future wages (weekly, bi-weekly or monthly paycheck, commission check) until either Released by the IRS under §6343 or the debt is fully paid. As your future wages (your paycheck) are earned, no additional IRS Wage Garnishment/IRS Wage Levy action is necessary by the IRS to take a large portion from your paycheck unless steps are taken to Release the IRS Wage Levy/IRS Wage Garnishment.
Section 6334 (c) of the Internal Revenue Code (26 U.S.C. 6334 (c)) allows Social Security Benefit and Social Security Disability (SSDI) subject to an IRS Wage Levy/IRS Wage Garnishment for collection of your unpaid Federal Tax Debt.
If you are a Senior Citizen relying on Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) for your income and you have an IRS Wage Garnishment attached to your Social Security, the IRS is taking a portion of your very limited monthly check.
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE WILL STOP YOUR IRS WAGE LEVY IN 1 TO 2 BUSINESS DAYS. GUARANTEED OR YOU DON’T PAY.
Your ability to pay any past due Taxes are impacted because you have a fixed income.
Through the Federal Payment Levy Program (FPLP), Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefit payments outlined in Title II of the Social Security Act, Federal Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance Benefits, are subject to the 15-percent IRS Levy, to pay your delinquent IRS tax debt if you do nothing.
Because the FPLP is used to satisfy IRS tax debts, the IRS may levy your Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits regardless of the amount. This is different from the 1996 Debt Collection Improvement Act which states that the first $750 of monthly Social Security benefits is off limits to satisfy non-tax debts. Fifteen percent of the Social Security benefit will be levied through the FPLP regardless of whether or not the remaining benefit sent to you is less than $750.