Understanding Wage Garnishment and Your Options
The IRS works diligently to recover taxpayer debt and is more aggressively asserting its authority to engage in a variety of collection methods. One tactic commonly utilized by the IRS to recover owed taxes is to execute garnishment of a taxpayer’s wages.
Wage garnishment occurs when the IRS notifies an individual’s employer of their unpaid tax debt. The employer is then required by law to send a portion of the individual’s paycheck directly so the IRS may recoup monies owed until the debt is resolved. A wage garnishment can be embarrassing, financially disabling and extremely difficult to overcome. The IRS might, in addition to wage garnishment, attempt to seize your assets and levy your bank accounts. The IRS will not discontinue wage garnishment and other forceful collection approaches until you have either paid off your debt or entered into a negotiated settlement for payment.
In order to stop wage garnishment and other aggressive IRS tactics, you should rely on professional tax experts who can quickly and effectively negotiate options on your behalf. Guardian Tax Resolutions understands the difficult circumstances caused by destructive IRS collection techniques. You do not have to face wage garnishment or the IRS alone. Guardian Tax Resolution professionals are available to answer questions regarding the methods employed by the IRS to recover tax debt. Let us explain your options and help alleviate the stress associated with tax collection. Contact our expert team today to begin your journey into financial stability.