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How to Stop IRS Wage Garnishment

I represent taxpayers in New Hope, Minnesota and all the 50 States in the United State before all administrative levels—examination, collection, and appeals—of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).


One of the tools the IRS uses to get a taxpayer's attention or get a tax debt paid is to start garnishing their wages using a continuing levy. A continuing wage levy is designed to make it economically painful so that it forces taxpayers to contact the IRS and deal with the back tax issue.


Before the issuance of the wage levy, five or six months have passed without the taxpayer dealing with the back tax issue. The IRS have sent out at least four letters to the taxpayer and the taxpayer have choose to ignored the letters.


The good news is that there are options available to the taxpayer to remove or stop the wage garnishment if certain requirements are met. The wage garnishment will generally be released once an option is agreed upon.


However, before such options can be pursued a taxpayer must get into compliance by filing any back taxes or unfiled tax returns, be in compliance with current taxes among other requirements.


The three common options are:

1. Installment Agreement (Payment Plan): This is a form of payment plan. We have the regular payment plan, partial payment plan, Streamlined payment plan.

2. Offer in Compromise (OIC): This is when you offer to settle your tax debt for less based upon an inability to full- pay.

3. Currently Non Collectible Status(CNC) - Simply cannot pay right now. The IRS will put your account on hold and will not take any collection actions against your assets.

If you or someone you know have federal or state tax issue such as Income, Payroll, Sales tax, please feel free to contact me by email at joe.alabi@fishcointax.com.

Joe Alabi EA MAcct(Taxation)

FishCoin Tax Solutions

Ph. (612) 516 – 5878

Fax (651) 409 -2021

www.fishcointax.com

Email : info@fishcointax.com

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