a. Garnish wages and levy bank accounts
Tax levies are the way that the Internal Revenue Service gets your immediate attention. What they are saying is, We have tried to communicate with you but you have ignored us.
Levies are used to seize your wages (commonly referred as garnishment) and whatever other assets you have: Checking accounts, savings accounts, autos, stocks, bonds or anything else that you own. If you have more in the bank than you owe, the IRS will only take that amount to satisfy your liability, leaving the rest for you.
b. File a Federal Tax Lien
A levy is different from an IRS lien. A lien is a claim used as security for the tax debt, while an IRS levy actually takes the property to satisfy the tax debt. Once a tax lien is filed, it will stay on your credit history for seven years which is why if one has been filed, we look to have it released or withdrawn.
The Law Offices Of Jeffrey B. Kahn, P.C. can help you negotiate a resolution through the IRS Fresh Start Program which offers a one-time way to avoid collection actions and get tax liens removed from your credit.
Description: If you are in danger of wage garnishments or bank levies or having a tax lien placed against your property, it’s urgent that you speak with an income tax attorney. The experienced tax attorneys in the Law Offices Of Jeffrey B. Kahn, P.C. know how to keep this from happening.