You have received the notice. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) intends to levy or garnish your wages to satisfy the outstanding tax debt the agency claims that you owe. It may seem like the IRS has made up its mind. However, there are still things that you can do to stop an IRS wage garnishment.
3 Things You Can Do to Encourage an IRS Wage Garnishment Release
The IRS will decide whether it is going to go through with the IRS wage garnishment or pursue another way of satisfying your tax debt. However, you can make it easier for them to forego a wage garnishment if you:
- Prepare to file outstanding tax returns quickly. This signals that you are serious about resolving your tax issues.
- Suggest an alternative for paying your taxes. The IRS cares more about collecting your money than it does about how the money is collected. Accordingly, you might suggest an offer in compromise or other form of alternative payment solution in lieu of a wage garnishment.
- Give the IRS all of the information that it needs to issue a release. This includes the correct contact in your company’s human resources department.
You may have to fight for an IRS wage garnishment release, but it may be worth the effort.
You Don’t Have to Do It Alone
Instead, you can contact a tax lawyer to help you get an IRS wage garnishment release and work out an alternative solution to your tax problems. For more information, please download a FREE copy of our book, The Ultimate Survival Guide for IRS Problems, and contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.