Tax Help - Frequently Asked Questions
How will your firm release my bank levy?
Our tax professionals will contact the IRS/state immediately to release your bank levy. Our tax team will present your case to the IRS/state and demand for a release on your account based on your circumstances. Call us today to see what we can do for you.
The IRS has garnished my wages. I never received a notice from the IRS.
It is not required that IRS issue a notice to levy your wages. As long as the IRS in the past has issued a Final Notice of Intent of levy, the IRS can garnish and levy your accounts at any time. Out tax team's knowledge can release your wage garnishment completely or obtain a partial release on your behalf. Call us to today to see how we can help you.
I owe this debt prior to being married. Can my spouse be held liable for my debt?
Your spouse is not liable for the debt but the IRS may request her financials to determine your affordability on the tax debt repayment. Your spouse is considered non-liable spouse.
What is the Intent to levy notice? How does it affect me?
The intent to levy notice means that you have an unresolved outstanding debt with the IRS. The IRS will issue a levy and place liens on the account if the balance is not resolved. You need to contact us immediately so that our tax team can place all the collection activity on hold before it’s too late. Call us today.
Can your firm reduce my liability?
The answer is yes and no. It all varies on a case by case basis. Our tax team will research all the collection avenues and rules to determine if this is possible for you. If the debt is not reduced, our tax team will keep you protected and determine an alternative resolution on your account. Call us today to see what we can do for you.
What is a tax lien?
A tax lien arises from the assessment of balance due on your account. Once a lien is placed on your account, the information becomes part of the public record. This means that the IRS has the priority claim on any assets that you may own.