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IRS Garnishment - How to Stop It

If you need IRS tax debt relief, you might need to know how to stop an IRS garnishment on your wages. That’s because if you owe the IRS for unpaid taxes, the IRS can and will take a chunk out of your wages. The IRS will send you letters for months before this will happen. An IRS garnishment on your wages is the most serious step the IRS will take against you before they try to send you to jail. The IRS would much rather find a easier solution to your debt, and this is an important point to remember. You should expect an IRS garnishment on your wages when the IRS believes they have no other option.

IRS Garnishment - What Not to Do

Understand that your employer will have to comply with an IRS garnishment on your wages. If your employer does not comply with an IRS garnishment seizure, the IRS will come after your employer for your tax debt. Needless to say, your employer will comply. Typically, the IRS will take 25% or more of your income. The IRS does not care if you are left with enough to pay your bills or not. The sole purpose of the IRS to to enforce compliance and collect taxes. In most cases, it won’t even help if you are self-employed and are structured as a Professional LLC. (Even if your husband or wife is the person who is delinquent, the IRS could still go after you).

The IRS must leave you with some money, but it will not be much. It’s probably not going to be enough for you to survive on. Of course, the IRS will continue taking their cut until your debt (plus penalties and interest) until they are stopped.

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How to Get an IRS Garnishment Release

1. Bend over and assume the position.

Before you get the IRS to play nice, you have to comply with their rules. That means you have to file taxes for every year. If you don;t have a full paycheck, how in this world can you afford to have multiple tax returns prepared?

2. Pay off your tax debt.

No Kidding! Pay your tax debt and the IRS will call their dogs off you. Borrow the money or sell an asset. Do whatever you have to do (legally) to get these guys off your back as soon as possible. You’ll live a lot longer because of the stress release.

3. Make the IRS "an offer they can’t refuse". An Offer in Compromise settlement.

Receiving tax forgiveness through the Offer in Compromise program isn’t easy to get, but it’s totally worth it if you qualify. Basically, tax forgiveness is a situation where you get the IRS to accept less than what you owe. Before going down this road, you would be smart to hire a good tax lawyer who has a lot of experience dealing with similar problems.

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PER IRS STATISTICS, THE IRS APPROVED 42% OF OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUBMISSIONS IN 2016.

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4. Make installment payments.

Often you can get the IRS to agree to an installment agreement. Once again, it is advantageous for you to have a Tax Attorney negotiate an install agreement with the IRS. There are many rules regarding IRS payment plans and the IRS will not tell you what they are.

5. Plead poverty. Currently not Collectible.

If you can convince the IRS garnishment on your wages causes financial hardship, the IRS could place you into Currently not Collectible status, at least until your financial situation improves. If you can’t pay for basic living expenses as a result of the IRS garnishment, you’ll probably get them to agree to wait. This is another case where a tax attorney will be helpful. They usually know the exact formulas the IRS uses to determine if you face hardships that meet their definition or not.

6. Take your job and shove it. We do not recommend this.

Understand that the IRS garnishment is specific to an employer. If you change employers, the IRS has to get a new IRS garnishment, and that will take them several months. This can also work if you simply quit your job temporarily. If your employer informs the IRS that you don’t work there, the IRS garnishment won’t be valid. Then if they rehire you, the government will have to go back to get another IRS garnishment.

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