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IRS tax debt can be very nerve-racking, especially when the IRS keeps sending you certified letters stating you have IRS tax debt. There IRS will take collection actions if you are unable to pay your IRS tax debt in full or fail to arrange a payment schedule. The three most commonly used collections are:

  • Wage Garnishment
  • Federal Tax Lien
  • IRS Bank Levy

Wage Garnishment

When a wage garnishment is implemented because of IRS tax debt, it can be devastating to your income. The IRS can take a hefty percentage of your check, depending on your specific situation, and total amount of your IRS tax debt. The money taken from your check will be applied to your IRS tax debt but depending on the amount, it may only cover penalties and interest and not the principle debt. The wage garnishment will be lifted once your IRS tax debt has been paid in full, or you have reached an agreement with the IRS.

Federal Tax Lien

If you owe $10,000 or more in IRS tax debt, the probability of the IRS placing a lien on you or your property becomes very high. A federal tax lien is a way for the IRS to guarantee it will receive some, if not all of the IRS tax debt. The IRS lays claim on your property including your home, furniture, or cars, boats, and other assets.

Since a tax lien is public record, while you have a lien on your credit, it will be much harder from you to take out a loan to possibly pay your IRS tax debt. You also will not be able to sell anything that has a lien on it because the IRS has reserved the right to distribute your property in the manner that will return the most profit for them. In some cases the IRS will hold an auction and all money gained will go directly to paying your IRS tax debt.

There are two ways to lift a tax lien:

  1. You pay the remaining balance of your IRS tax debt in full or get into an IRS payment plan.
  2. You state that you are going to sell your assets to repay the IRS tax debt.

IRS Bank Levy

The IRS can place an IRS tax levy your bank account in order to satisfy your IRS tax debt. After your account is frozen, you have a 21-day grace period. This time is given just in case the money in your accounts was reserved for mortgage payments or other basic necessities, and you wish to file an Appeal in order to have the funds released back to you.

The Appeal process is extremely tedious and should be completed by a professional. If you fail to present a compelling case to the IRS, or do work out a solution for your IRS tax debt, all your funds will be released after 21 days to pay your IRS tax debt. There is no limit to how many times this can happen. However, the IRS is not known to levy a bank account more than twice within a year.

Get IRS Tax Debt Help

There are many factors that come into play when you have an IRS tax debt. Any little part of your situation could influence how the IRS responds to you and how hard or easy it will be for an IRS tax debt professional to address your case. Let us help you remove that boulder from your shoulders. When it comes to aggressive collection actions by the IRS, you could be facing federal tax liens and bank levies. You need IRS tax debt help!

If you would like to speak with an IRS tax debt professional, call us today or complete the form. We will respond with 30 minutes during business hours to give you a free IRS tax debt consultation and let you know exactly how we can help resolve your IRS tax debt.

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