IRS Wage Garnishments

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Why did the IRS send a Notice of Intent to Levy?

The Internal Revenue Service is required to send a Notice of Intent to Levy prior to any effort to collect unpaid taxes. A tax levy is a powerful collection tool used by the IRS to compel taxpayers to take action to resolve tax debts owed to the IRS. In 2008, the IRS served over 2.6 million levy notices to third party cus custodians for delinquent taxpayer accounts.


Can the IRS seize my entire paycheck?

No, IRS Publication 1494 provides a table for the amount of monthly income that is exempt from IRS confiscation to provide a minimal amount of income for monthly living expenses.


Can the IRS continually seize my paycheck?

Absolutely, until the IRS tax problem is resolved the IRS will not stop, cease or desist in the collection efforts through notification to your employer to withhold taxes owed from your paycheck to resolve the unpaid taxes.


How does the IRS get the Levy Source Information?

The levy source information comes from you, the taxpayer. The IRS has information you provided on your prior tax returns. Taxpayer information comes from the reported sources of income paid for your labor and services. The IRS has taxpayer information for wages paid which comes from W-2 and W-4 information submitted by your employer. The IRS has taxpayer information for income from self-employment from Form 1099 Income, Schedule C, Schedule E and K-1 tax reporting.


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Can I get fired from my job because of a Levy or Garnishment of my wages?

IRS contact in the workplace can be embarrassing and place additional administrative work for an employer who has to comply with IRS attempts to levy or garnish an employee’s paycheck. However, an employer is prohibited from terminating your employment as a result of the IRS demands.


What if a levy on my wages causes a financial hardship?

After a review of your financial situation with a Tax professional your situation may warrant an immediate release of your levy. This does not mean that you are not responsible for your taxes, however all taxpayers have rights and extreme duress is not the intention of the IRS tax collection process. We can help structure a resolution to your IRS tax problem based on your financial resources.


How quickly can my IRS levy be released?

Taxpayers must have no unfiled tax returns and the necessary IRS forms completed which show your current financial situation with the necessary verifications sent to the right IRS representative. A Tax professional has the experience to avoid delays from incomplete documentation and submission to the wrong IRS personnel.


Why us?

For individuals who want personalized attention to every detail;

  • Over 100 Years of Combined professional Tax Experience;
  • Exclusive Access to a Tax professional, Not a Salesperson;
  • Comprehensive Review of Taxpayer Rights;
  • Unbiased Tax Advice, including do-it-yourself resolution options;
  • Honesty, Integrity, Dependability, Affordable;


Why do you need Immediate Representation?

  • You don’t have to speak to the IRS;
  • Get the very best settlement possible;
  • Know your case will be closed as fast as possible with the best result;
  • Use us. As tax professionals we work for you to help close your case effectively;


What are the DANGERS of representing yourself?

  • Beware of the far reaching power of the Internal Revenue Service;
  • You have to answer all IRS questions. The IRS’s main purpose is to collect the tax. All questions are designed to help them with this. As your professional representative we do not have to answer all the questions;
  • We keep the IRS focused on the resolution;
  • Unless you have experience you wouldn’t know if you are getting the best deal;
  • Unsure if your case is fully closed;
  • professionals remover the emotion and know what works with IRS;
  • Only fools represent themselves;


Why will the IRS work better with a professional than a taxpayer?

professionals are able to understand what the IRS is looking for to close a case. We help them get cases out of their inventory as soon as possible. An important part in dealing with the IRS is the packaging. We provide a package they can understand quickly which allows them to close the case with a favorable decision for the client. The reason for this is we do this day after day. If your car breaks down you might know what’s wrong, but unless you’re a mechanic you wouldn’t fix it yourself. Use a professional, find the right fee and pay them. You will be better off in the long run.

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The Taxpayers Advocates Office

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What is the Taxpayer Advocate Office of the Internal Revenue Service?

The Taxpayer Advocate Office has the responsibility to those taxpayers who have unresolved tax issues or tax problems that cannot be resolved through normal channels.

The Advocate Office strives to enforce professional and ethical behavior. At the end of the day, the advocate office will benefit both the taxpayer and the Internal Revenue Service.

  1. The office is composed of an advocate ombudsmen. The key characteristics of advocate ombudsmen are independence, impartiality and confidentiality. Advocacy is not just about recommending legislative and procedural changes, but it is also about applying independent views to each taxpayer’s case. An advocate conducts an independent and impartial analysis of all information relevant to each of the taxpayer’s problem.
    1. The method the Taxpayer Advocate uses is to “HEAR the PROBLEM” with no predetermination
    2. Fully check out and investigate the problem
    3. Correctly understand the depth of the situation
    4. Correct the problem
    5. Request the IRS take another look on applicable cases
    6. Give the taxpayer their options as they see the case
    7. Advocates are IRS employees
    8. IRS Advocates must be objective and fair in their analysis

The Goal of the Taxpayer Advocate Office

  1. The Taxpayer Advocate Office has roles and responsibilities for all of its managers and employees.
    • The Advocate Office will on behalf of individual and business taxpayers in disputes with the IRS make an impartial assessment of the taxpayer’s situation
    • Should quickly and accurately address taxpayer problems when there is a failure of systems, policies, or procedures
    • Will operate with complete independence while continuing to work toward the IRS mission and serving the taxpayers needs
    • Will continuously drive procedural, systemic, and legislative change to benefit taxpayers
    • Will professionally serve the tax community
  2. In addition to serving taxpayers one at a time and based on individual case need, the Taxpayer Advocate will also serve all taxpayers by reporting regularly to the Congress of the United States. The “Systemic Advocacy” organization carries out the second part of the Taxpayer Advocate mission statement, which is to “recommend changes that will prevent problems.” It is the responsibility of the National Taxpayers Advocates Office to keep the United States Congress fully up to date on the success of the office in resolving taxpayer problems, as well as to report any systemic issues that may be adversely affecting taxpayers. The taxpayer advocates office publishes two reports a year that are submitted to the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee.
  3. The IRS website gives the report for the Taxpayers Advocates office and is published on the site two times a year.
  4. The IRS website to find their report is
  5. As a general comment, the panel that reports is excellent and does a good job in their findings. Corrections however come very slowly.

How to Contact the Taxpayers Advocates Office

The toll-free telephone number (1-877-777-4778) is answered in six call sites (Richmond, Baltimore, Jacksonville, Puerto Rico, Atlanta Campus and Fresno Campus.) With the exception of major holidays, calls are answered 5 days a week, 15 hours a day. Saturday service is provided 8 hours a day during filing season. Both English and Spanish assistance is available to customers.

How to best use the Taxpayer Advocates Office

The Taxpayer Advocates office is not for every case. If the IRS Agent or Revenue Officer has done a correct job in the procurement of your case file, the taxpayer gets no relief from this office.

If you need any help from AZ Tax Agents

Call 866-700-1040

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