Need help for an IRS Wage Garnishment Levy?

You may have had a feeling that something like this would happen. A letter arrived from the IRS, and the amount you owe may have sent you into a tailspin of denial and inaction. Many you didn't even open it. You failed to respond to it. This is normal. Many of our clients come to their first meeting with a pile of unopened letters from the IRS.


The first letter you will receive is called a Notice and Demand for Payment. It outlines the taxes assessed on you. If you don't respond to it…


The second letter you will receive is the Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing. The letter may be left at your home or workplace, given to you in person, or sent by certified letter with return receipt requested. If you don't respond to it…


Now it’s real. Your employer will be contacted to implement an IRS wage garnishment levy, and they are required by law to withhold money from your paycheck and send it to the IRS to pay your back taxes. In addition, they will take hold of the lump sums of money in your bank accounts.


Can we help?

Absoltuely. We know what to do, who to contact and what to say to get the levies on your bank accounts released and the IRS wage garnishment to stop. We can take swift, decisive action on your behalf to get you the relief you need and put you on a path to sustained recovery. Some of the steps we will take include:

  • Contacting the payroll administrator at your work to stop the wage garnishment until a hearing can be established for your case.
  • Working with the IRS employee who issued the order for your wage garnishment and establishing that your prior tax returns have been filed and are in order.
  • If your prior returns have not been filed, we will work with you to see to it that it is done with speed and accuracy.
  • Help you gather your financial information together for the past three months and file an IRS form 433-F to establish your cash flow situation.
  • Submit a request to the IRS employee to release your wage garnishment levy, and work with them to determine the proper alternative resolution for your case.


We have a great success rate in this process. Once an agreement is reached, the IRS will fax a release to your employer immediately, releasing the garnishment. If you need assistance, contact us to schedule your free, confidential consultation.