Wednesday, August 23, 2017


It’s what keeps you going from month to month – your wages, and the money in your bank account.

You need it to pay your bills, provide for your family, keep a roof over your head, food on the table, make your car payment.

But at the same time, you owe back taxes to the IRS, and are looking over your shoulder, concerned that the IRS may strike and clean you out.

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If any of these signs are true, then your fears are real, and you are indeed at risk for an IRS levy on your wages or bank account:

1.     Has the IRS sent you a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Rights to an Appeals Hearing?  

This is the grand daddy of all IRS collection notices, and is identified in the upper left hand corner as an LT11 letter.  By law the IRS has to send the Final Notice to you before they can levy.  After they send you the Final Notice, tax laws then make the IRS wait 30 days to levy. During this 30 day period, you have the right to stop the levy action by requesting that the IRS office of appeals review the case.  

This is called a Collection Due Process Appeal.

But if the IRS sent you the Final Notice and you did not appeal, they can now levy you at anytime. So if you received the Final Notice, call (800)790-8574 to assistance with filing an IRS appeals.

If you are unsure if the IRS has sent you the Final Notice of Intent to Levy, we can secure their internal records and transcripts that can tell us how real the risk of levy is.

2.     Has the IRS given you a deadline, and the deadline has passed? 

Like any good debt collector, the IRS likes putting taxpayers on deadlines.  It can be a deadline to get an unfiled tax return in, or to provide the IRS a financial statement on their Form 433A, 433B or 433F. Either way, missed deadlines raises the ire of the IRS.  And that, in turn, significantly increases the chance that they will take it out on you with a levy on your wages or bank account.  But we can get the IRS the information they are missing.

3.     Have you been contacted by an IRS Revenue Officer, but not responded by communicating back in kind?  

IRS Revenue Officers are the top dogs in IRS collection enforcement.  They are local, they and work where you live and work, and have your case because the IRS wants to pay really close attention to you and your tax debt.  Ignoring them is done at your peril – don’t do it.  If a Revenue Officer has dropped a card off at your house, we need to call her and move the case to resolution.  If the Revenue Officer has requested financial records or tax returns, they need to be provided. 

If all of this seems too overwhelming, then hire a team of professionals to take care of this responsibility for you. Call Advance Tax Relief for a free consultation at 800-790-8574.

We are tax relief experts specializing in IRS back tax help, Installment Agreements, tax lien help, wage garnishment release, IRS Offer in Compromises, tax debt forgiveness and a whole lot more. Get a free consultation from an experienced tax relief expert today (800)790-8574

Some Recent Tax Settlements: 
Mr. Dillard - CA Owed $6884, IRS settled for $400 
Mr. Batiste - LA Owed $18513, IRS settled for $2972 
Mr. Johnson - CA Owed $21,378, IRS settled for $4500 
Ms. Gonzalez - TX Owed $28,816, IRS settled for $1700 
Mr. Anthony - NY Owed $14,000, IRS settled for $900 
Mr. Wilkes - CA Owed 32,211, IRS settled for $1250

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