PREVENT BANK LEVY & SEIZURE

PREVENT BANK LEVY & SEIZURE

What is an IRS Notice of Levy?

An IRS Notice of Levy is a letter sent to taxpayers who have not paid their back taxes and have an IRS lien placed against them. The IRS is notifying the delinquent taxpayer that they will begin collecting the debt using levy actions such as wage garnishment, property seizure, and bank account seizure.

 

What is the bank levy process?

Before an IRS bank levy process begins to take place, the IRS will send you a Notice and Demand for Payment, which notifies you that you owe a certain amount of back federal taxes, including any interest and penalties that the IRS has assessed on the taxes that you owe. Assuming that you do not pay the tax, interest, and penalties assessed, the IRS then will give you a 30-day levy notice, which is called a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing.” This notice can be given to you personally, left at your home or business, or sent to your last known address by registered or certified mail. During that 30-day period, you have the opportunity to resolve your back taxes with the IRS. If you do not respond to the notice or otherwise take any action to resolve the issue, the IRS may decide to issue a bank levy.

 

How Can Community Tax Help Me?

Community Tax resolution professionals are capable in some circumstances of preventing a levy from taking place after a taxpayer has received an IRS notice of levy. In some cases, there is not enough time or circumstances prevent this type of action from taking place. In other cases, Community Tax enrolled agents, tax attorneys and CPA’s can work with a client and the IRS agent to enter into a resolution plan that prevents the levy.

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