The preferred method to stop your IRS wage garnishment is to enter into one of several IRS settlement options. Before entering into an IRS settlement you must first have filed all of your back tax returns.  If you need all of your pay check, you have some options that you may want to consider. Occasionally employers will be willing to hold off sending your wages to the IRS for a few days if they believe that you can get the garnishment released quickly.

If you can change employers quickly without the loss of income, it will take the IRS several weeks or months to locate your next employer. If filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is your best settlement option, you can immediately stop all IRS action against your paycheck. By entering into a month payment plan, IRS currently not collectible status or Offer in Compromise will also end your wage garnishment.

However, to make a good decision on what to do once your wages are being garnished by the IRS get professional advice. Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. can provide you with all of the settlement options and their pros and cons so you can make the best decision.

IRS Relief is only a phone call away! Call and talk personally with Scott at 480-926-9300!