How to Navigate IRS Wage Garnishment and Tax Liens
Receiving a tax lien or IRS wage garnishment is nothing short of a frightening burden. The reality of the matter is this: if you owe the IRS, they are legally able to put a lien on your property or garnish your wages. If they garnish your wages, your employer is legally required to take the set amount out of each and every paycheck and send it to the IRS. For this reason, wage garnishments can be devastating. If you’re already living check to check, the effects of wage garnishments will be severely felt. The good news is that, with the right strategies in place, these effects can be lessened and, in some cases, completely eliminated.
Stopping Wage Garnishment and Tax Liens Requires a Plan
Not only do these repercussions lead to major financial sacrifices, but they can have a long-lasting effect on your life. Federal tax liens are a part of the public record, meaning that anyone can see what you owe the government. If you have background check done, your liens will show up. If you have a credit score pulled, your liens are going to show up. That’s why it’s easy to feel like you can never get away from wage garnishment and tax liens. While you might be able to live with the financial burdens now, you might not be able to get financing for a car or house later on. These consequences can follow you around for years and years.
Fortunately, there are ways that can help alleviate the situation. We know how scary this scenario can be, but we have an incredible team of tax experts who are here to help you every step of the way.
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Removing your tax liability might or might not be a reality, but our team knows all of the strategies that can be exhausted to create the best situation possible. We can put together a strong defense in a long list of areas, including payroll tax settlements, income tax settlements, offer in compromise, doubt as to liability, doubt as to collectability, tax lien removal, tax penalty removal, sales tax settlements, and much more.
If the IRS is telling you that they are going to garnish your wages or impose a tax lien, rest assured that there are various approaches available to potentially stop these actions from being taken. If you’ve already seen the effects of wage garnishment or a tax lien, it’s not too late to get help.
Taking on the IRS alone is possible, but it’s hard. Our team takes on the IRS every day. We know the aggressive strategies and how to use them. Let us do the hard work for you.