Stop IRS Wage Garnishment
Releasing and removing IRS wage garnishment & wage levy
The IRS can place garnishments and levies on wages, social security payments, pension payments, retirement benefits, banks accounts and others. In most cases, we at J. David Tax Relief can remove these garnishments almost immediately. Sometimes, you are required to be in compliance and file any unfiled tax returns before we can negotiate a resolution for you and release a garnishment. Other times, we can show that the levy is putting you in a financial hardship and we can have the IRS release it immediately, even without filing past due tax returns.
Our Process in Releasing an IRS Wage Garnishment or Levy:
- Step #1: We go through a financial analysis with you to analyze your monthly income and expenses. In doing so, we determine if you are already in a financial hardship or if having a garnishment is putting you into a financial hardship. We will gather any necessary documentation from you to prove your income and expenses to the IRS.
- Step #2: We’ll have the levy released immediately even before filing past due tax returns. If the garnishment does not put you in a financial hardship then we go to the next step.
- Step #3: We prepare and file your past due tax returns to bring you into compliance.
- Final Step: Once we have you in a formal agreement with the IRS we can have your wage garnishment released.
Not all Tax Firms will Release a Garnishment Quickly
Many tax firms will not even work on your case until you have 50%-80% paid their fee. This leaves you subject to wage garnishments and bank levies even after they have filed a power of attorney for you with the IRS! At J. David Tax Relief we begin working on your case immediately even if you have not yet paid 20% of our fee. We believe this is the reason you hired us and we won’t compromise our quality of work. Our tax attorneys begin working right away and will have your garnishment released as soon as possible.