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    How Working with a Tax Professional Can Help Stop Wage Garnishments

    Last updated 7 days ago

    Individuals who have back tax debt often face wage garnishments. In this situation, the IRS files a wage garnishment with your employer, who will be legally obligated to send a portion of your paycheck to the IRS. This can make it very difficult to make ends meet, particularly if you were already in a challenging financial situation. Fortunately, working with an experienced tax consultant like Wall and Associates, Inc. may help resolve your problems.

    These kinds of tax professionals must be licensed to negotiate with the IRS on your behalf.  If they are, you won’t have to talk to the IRS directly again.  In some cases, a tax expert may recommend making an offer in compromise, which could enable you to settle your back tax debt for less than your total liability.

    At Wall & Associates, Inc., our tax specialists have extensive experience in resolving back tax debt and getting wage garnishments released. For more information, call (888) 702-1523.

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    When Can the IRS Levy Your State Income Tax Refund?

    Last updated 12 days ago

    If you owe the IRS back taxes, you may receive a CP504 notice. The IRS sends a CP504 notice to let you know that the agency plans to issue a levy to seize the tax refund you expected to receive from the state. The CP504 notice will also inform you that if your state tax refund is not sufficient to cover your federal tax debt, the IRS will look for additional assets that they can issue a levy on. For example, the IRS may threaten to levy your wages, Social Security benefits, bank accounts, or other assets. The agency can even threaten to seize your car and your home to satisfy your tax debt.

    The CP504 notice will inform you that you need to pay off your tax debt immediately to avoid having your state tax refund and other assets seized. However, the tax code is a complicated area. It’s always advisable to seek aggressive representation from a tax consultant who can negotiate with the IRS on your behalf and stop levies.

    The veteran tax relief specialists at Wall & Associates, Inc. will negotiate directly with the IRS on your behalf to stop levies. Call (888) 702-1523 today to learn about your tax relief options.

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    A Look at the Federal Payment Levy Program

    Last updated 23 days ago

    The Federal Payment Levy Program (FPLP) was established in 2000 as a means of collecting tax debt from individuals who are receiving federal payments. With this program, the IRS is authorized to impose a continuous levy on certain payments distributed by the Financial Management Service (FMS). This method of collecting tax debt can impose a heavy burden on taxpayers by taking away the money they need to pay their bills and everyday living expenses. Fortunately, a tax relief professional can often develop strategies of stopping and releasing these levies.

    Types of Federal Payments
    The FPLP enables the IRS to impose a levy on many different types of federal payments, including some Social Security benefits and federal salaries. It may also apply to federal employee retirement annuities, federal employee travel advances and reimbursements, Railroad Retirement Board benefits, and Medicare provider and supplier payments. If you are a contractor or a vendor doing business with the government, your federal payments may also be subject to a levy. The IRS has warned that plans to add more types of federal payments to the list are in progress.

    Exceptions to the Program
    There are loopholes in the program that your tax relief professional can advise you of. For example, you may be exempt from a levy if you are in bankruptcy or you’ve made alternative arrangements to clear your tax debt. Your tax relief professional may also argue that you’re in a hardship situation, or he or she may advise you to apply for relief as an innocent or injured spouse.

    Procedures for the Program
    If you have received a notice of a possible tax levy it’s important to contact a tax relief expert right away.  The sooner you act, the sooner you’ll take the bull by the horns when you get one of these notices.

    If you’re struggling under the burden of heavy tax debt, don’t delay enlisting the help of a tax relief professional. Wall & Associates, Inc. is proud to serve residents across the country with expert tax representation. Call our office today at (888) 702-1523 to schedule a consultation and ask us how we can stop your levy.

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    When Does the IRS Send a CP518 Notice?

    Last updated 1 month ago

    If you neglect to file your tax return on time or believe that you do not need to file a tax return, you may receive a CP515 notice from the IRS. This is a first notice the IRS sends to taxpayers who do not file a tax return. After receiving a CP515 notice, you may receive a CP518 notice if you fail to respond. You might fail to respond by either not filing your tax return or not enlisting the help of a tax relief expert to explain to the IRS why you do not need to file a return.

    If you receive a CP518 notice it’s a good idea to call a tax relief professional immediately. A tax relief professional is intimately familiar with the many rules and regulations of the IRS, and can effectively argue your case.

    Wall & Associates, Inc. offers expert tax relief advice to taxpayers around the country. If you’ve received a CP518 notice, call our office right away at (888) 702-1523.

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