IRS levies and property seizures

Proceeding blindly is something that you rarely want to do with the IRS. If you owe back taxes, or have unfiled returns, or are in any way concerned about an IRS problem, it’s best to first find out what the IRS knows about you. What is the IRS doing on your account?  What can they […]

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When working with an IRS Revenue Officer, there are two warning signs that levy action is imminent. The first sign is the IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy.  This notice is required by law (Internal Revenue Code 6331) and provides a 30 day right to stop levy action by filing an administrative appeal.  The […]

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If you owe money to the IRS, chances are you have justifiable concerns over the IRS involuntarily taking your property to pay the debt. But the IRS releases statistics on what they levy and seize. This provides valuable direction as to what is really at risk for you rather than losing sleep and energy worrying […]

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An IRS wage levy does not have to result in the loss of all of your paycheck. The Internal Revenue Code has exemptions that can protect your earnings from an IRS levy. These “exemptions” are listed in Section 6334 of the tax code, appropriately titled “Property Exempt from Levy.”   Think of exemptions as protections […]

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The ability to file a collection due process appeal is probably the most powerful right you have in defending against IRS enforcement by levy or seizure. Due process, in the context of IRS collections, means the right to reach resolution of your case before the IRS can take your property, and the right to have […]

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When the IRS gets you with a levy, bad things can happen – your wages are frozen and you are looking at living without a paycheck. The money you need to pay bills is suddenly swiped out of your bank account. This presents an urgent dilemma requiring immediate relief. So, what are the two quickest […]

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