Releasing Wage Garnishment and Bank Levies

It is well-known that the IRS takes tax collection seriously, as evidenced by the infamous case of Al Capone being convicted of tax evasion. Two methods the IRS employs to collect unpaid taxes are wage garnishment and bank levies. Taxpayers who face these actions often seek their release to explore alternative ways of settling their tax liabilities.


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Understanding Wage Garnishment and Bank Levies

Wage garnishment and bank levies are straightforward mechanisms used by the IRS to seize a portion of your income or funds directly from your bank accounts to satisfy your tax debt.

With wage garnishment, the IRS deducts a percentage of your paycheck, leaving you with a reduced amount based on your tax filing status and number of dependents. The objective is to collect a portion of your income while ensuring you have enough to cover your essential needs.

Typically, wage garnishments can leave you with limited income available for necessary expenses.

Bank levies involve placing a temporary hold on your bank account balance, after which the bank is required to send the withheld funds to the IRS.

Escaping Wage Garnishment and Bank Levies

While the IRS permits you to retain a portion of your wages during garnishment, dealing with these actions can impose significant financial hardship.

There are several strategies to release wage garnishments and bank levies, such as paying the full amount owed or having the IRS forgive the remaining debt due to the expiration of the collection timeframe.

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