Yes. Here is how a bank levy works: Bank levies are one time levies. If the IRS wants to garnish your account a second time, they have to send the bank another Notice of Levy, and chances of that are slim. A bank has to hold any and all funds in the account at the time the Notice of Levy is received for 21 days. We can negotiate a resolution that would stop the funds from being turned over to the IRS at the end of the 21 day period...but time is of the essence. You need a local, licensed, lawyer to help you. Call me today: 405-607-1192.