An IRS notice of intent to levy is the form that is sent to certain individuals who have a significant tax obligation. The IRS intent to levy informs taxpayers that the IRS will begin seizing assets and property from you to satisfy the obligation. If the tax obligation is not paid in full after receiving this notification, then you will receive an IRS notice of levy.
Have You Received a Notice of Levy?
A notice of levy is informing the taxpayer that a levy has been issued against assets, benefits, property, and/or salary. Over time, this can cause a person to lose their checking and savings accounts, investments, IRAs, accounts receivables, inheritance, social security, pension, insurance policy, and any other assets or valuables.
Need Help with an IRS Bank Levy?
We understand that many families are facing a tremendous amount of debt and cannot afford to pay their overwhelming tax obligations. Our dedicated tax lawyers are committed to helping families and individuals put a stop to IRS bank levies.
How to Stop an IRS Levy
A tax levy will remain in effect until the tax liability has been satisfied. However, the taxpayer does have the opportunity to release IRS bank levies by forming an agreement with the IRS. There are a number of different ways to release a tax levy, so we can help you find the right method based on your particular needs and situation. We will work quickly to ensure that we can help minimize the impact of the levy.
You can rely on our tax attorneys in Roseville to provide the affordable legal representation you need to protect your money. Call today for a free consultation with Mutual Law Group!