• Protection From Wage Garnishments


  • What Can You Do When the IRS is
    Reaching Into Your Paycheck?

    The IRS is not picky about the way they settle their debts. They are not nice and your employer is not in a position where they can offer much help either. An employer who receives a notice from the IRS that they are going to garnish wages is legally required to send a certain predetermined percentage of your earned money to the government to cover the debt. They must send the determined percentage whether or not you have enough money left in your check to cover your regular bills.

    The IRS will not stop taking money out of your regular paychecks until the debt is paid in full. The debt is sometimes larger than the initial amount you owed due to any interest or penalties that have accrued.

    Negotiating a Release

    In many instances we can help you make some arrangements with the IRS  to pay your debt. This can be more favorable and help you out of a tough financial situation. Once the government has begun garnishing wages we can still help negotiate a release of the garnishment by arranging a suitable payment plan. It can be very beneficial to work with the IRS in this manner and help you out of a tight financial situation while still managing to pay your debt to the IRS.

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