IRS Levy and Lien

Is IRS Threatening to Levy Your Wages and Assets?

A wage levy will force your employer to turn over some portion (in some cases three-fourths) of your wages to the IRS. A tax lien against your property will make it very difficult to sell your home or to refinance it. The IRS can seize other assets as well, including bank accounts, cars, boats and other valuable property.

If you have received a notice from the IRS that your wages or bank accounts will be levied, time is of the essence. Prompt involvement by an experienced tax attorney can almost always prevent a tax levy or significantly reduce the amount levied.

You have 30 days to appeal the final notice of intent to levy. Typically, the IRS notice of intent to levy is a Letter 1058 or LT11. If you have received one of these notices, we can help you:

  • Prevent the IRS from seizing your bank accounts.
  • Keep the IRS from seizing your property and home.
  • Obtain the return of recently seized property.
  • Stop the IRS from garnishing your wages or the income from your business.

Contact a tax attorney at our Las Vegas, Nevada, law firm. We can negotiate with the IRS on your behalf.

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