Even when the economy is down, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will continue to aggressively pursue income tax debt. With the 2015 tax season, some individuals and businesses that have outstanding unpaid taxes can face challenges in the months and years ahead. When unpaid taxes exist, the IRS will attempt to collect the debt. In such cases, wage garnishment is one of the methods where the IRS is utilized to collect on the outstanding debt. —
“The IRS is pretty tough when they decide to garnish your wages. Generally, your income is garnished and also government benefits such as your social security. The garnishment will not go away unless: the tax debt is paid in full, a financial hardship is found, a payment plan or offer in compromise is being considered by the IRS or you declare bankruptcy. We can work with you hand in hand to settle your tax debts or back taxes, while keeping enough of your income to tackle important expenses,” stated the spokesperson from Delia Law, the experienced tax IRS lawyer in San Diego.
The wage garnishment is one of the most effective ways the IRS may legally collect unpaid tax debt. Before wages may be garnished, the IRS must first issue a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Right to a Hearing” (levy notice. This allows for a taxpayer to make payment in full within 30 days from the date of the Final Notice or to find another tax solution. If payment is not made within this time and no resolution offered to the IRS, “the IRS will give no further notice and will file a wage garnishment with the employer where seizure of wages and other assets will commence,” adds the spokesperson from Delia Law in San Diego.
“If you are dealing with wage garnishment, asset seizure or any other type of collection tactics and need relief, contact us to schedule a free consultation to discuss your tax debt options. You can do so either by completing our online form or by calling 800.980.3398. Delia Law IRS tax attorneys in San Diego can assist you wherever you live or you can visit us at 12707 High Bluff Drive, Suite 200.”
About Delia Law
Delia Law is a tax law firm dedicated exclusively to IRS tax relief in San Diego for all IRS tax problems. The exceptional tax attorneys have significant experience with IRS “Offer in Compromise” program and have negotiated hundreds of cases achieving lucrative savings for the clients.
Name: Dawn Delia
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Address: 12707 High Bluff Drive Suite 200, San Diego, California, USA, 92130
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