HOW CAN THE IRS GARNISH MY WAGES FOR TAXES OWED?

If you owe taxes to the IRS, it can garnish your wages to collect. But there are options for you to avoid garnishment.

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Like most creditors, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the power to garnish your wages if you owe a tax debt. Unlike most other creditors, however, the IRS can garnish your wages without first getting a judgment, and the amount it can take is usually more than what regular creditors can take. Luckily, the IRS has many options for you to take care of tax debts so that you can avoid wage garnishment.

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THE IRS COLLECTION PROCESS:

The IRS will not start garnishing your wages without giving you notice and an opportunity to make payment arrangements. But, unlike most other creditors, it does not have to first use you and get a judgment in order to start the garnishment process.

To start the process, the IRS must send you a written notice stating the amount you owe. The notice must itemize all of the charges (tax, penalties, and interest) and give you a date by which you must pay the balance in full.

If you don’t comply with the demand for payment within the stated time, the IRS will then explore how it may most effectively force you to pay the tax. This may include seizing your assets, placing liens on your property, taking future refunds, and garnishing your wages.

HOW MUCH WILL THE IRS GARNISH FROM MY WAGES?

State and federal law limit the amount that most creditors can take from your wages

The tax code, however, limits only what the IRS is required to leave. The IRS will take as much as it can and leave you with an amount that the tax code says is necessary for you to pay for basic living necessities. The amount that you can keep corresponds to the number of exemptions you claim for tax purposes

WHAT TO DO IF YOU FACE AN IRS WAGE GARNISHMENT?

The IRS traditionally offers a wide array of options to deal with tax debt. It will usually only use wage garnishment as a last resort when you’ve ignored all other attempts to address the debt.

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If all of this seems too overwhelming, then hire a team of professionals to take care of this responsibility for you. Call Advance Tax Relief for a free consultation at 800-790-8574.

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