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Wage Garnishment Rights


The IRS will always warn you before taking your wages.  They are only required to send notices to the last address they have on record.  As much as 75% or more of your wages are subject to IRS garnishment.  The IRS doesn’t care how they get your tax debt paid off.  Wage garnishment is not their option of choice.  They would prefer that you enter into a settlement option and it is in your best interest to do so as well.  It is only procrastination or denial that forces the IRS to garnish wages.  The IRS doesn’t sneak up on you.  Rather it is like a slow turtle that eventually catches you sleeping.  Don’t think you can always wake up and run away.  

Some of the more common settlement options available to you are:

IRS monthly payment plan

IRS currently not collectible

Offer in Compromise

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

IRS statute of limitations

Schedule your free initial appointment today with Scott Allen E.A. and take charge of your IRS problem rather than letting the IRS take charge of your life.