Notice of Levy
Received a Notice of Levy? We Can Help…. Let’s Get Started!
If received a Notice of Levy from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the threat of a levy via a Notice of Intent to Levy, it means that your wages, (including Social Security benefits) bank account or other assets are all in jeopardy of being forcibly taken. As people may or may not know, ones tax liability is now in the hands of the collections department of the IRS (or your state). They intend do whatever it takes to retrieve the funds they believe owed to them to satisfy that liability. In other words, the IRS or your state simply takes (without permission) your money or asset in order to recover any debt that is owed to them, thus the notice of levy. And frankly, there isn’t much time, an individual must take proactive measures or be faced with repercussions that you may not be able to recover from. By the time a notice of levy is delivered by registered mail, there is only a short amount of time to protect your assets before they are gone forever. Do not procrastinate regarding the notice of levy any longer.
Be careful to read the notice thoroughly because there is big difference between a ‘Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of your Right to Hearing’ notice and a ‘Notice of Levy’ notice. Although both are very serious, the ‘Intent to Levy’ notice still gives people little time (30 to 45 days) to address this issue before it becomes a Notice of Levy and action is being brought against your assets. If you do have a Notice of Levy, they have already started taking steps towards those assets and you need to move quickly. A levy is a major financial setback for most people. After a bank receives a notice of levy, this means that in 21 days, the IRS can seize the monies that were present in the account at the time of levy to pay the back tax liability. And that won’t be the last time, if the liability was not completely paid; they will be back for more! A wage levy requires that your employer surrender a percentage (if not all) your income until your tax debt is paid or absolved. A brokerage levy and other resource levies work in the same manner.
How We Can Help With The Notice of Levy!
Thankfully, there are ways to avoid having a person’s assets forcibly taken from them. Begin with contacting the qualified team at Premier Tax Resolutions. We will inform you of the options available to you and your rights that you have to resolve this issue before it hinders every aspect of your life. We help people just like you every day with expert tax debt and notice of levy assistance, offering highly personalized and customize solutions to assist you with your case. With over 70 years of experience in this industry collectively, we have a 98% success rate in settling IRS debt for our clients. We have former IRS agents (EAs) on staff that have the expertise and know how to help get this burden behind you quickly. Who better to handle these IRS issues than former IRS agents working on your behalf?
And we don’t take on cases that we don’t feel will succeed unlike our competitors, so let us examine your case in a free, confidential consultation today for the notice of levy. We will also discuss certain IRS programs that may be available to you (if you qualify) to get this liability behind you permanently. Check out our Home Page to find out more about those IRS programs or ask your Tax Consultants during you consultation about them. Call us toll-free at 1-800-554-0146 or fill out our Contact Form to have one of our Tax Consultants call you directly. Let us help remove that Notice of Levy out of your life now!