Stop IRS Wage Garnishment
The IRS can take your paycheck directly from your employer when you don’t pay overdue taxes. The IRS does not need a court order to garnish your wages. Don’t take your chances, if you receive a letter from the IRS threatening wage garnishment, take it seriously. The government does.
Once notified, your employer must comply or face penalties. Depending on how you filed your taxes, the IRS can take all but $482.69 of your bi-weekly paycheck, if you are filing single and claim zero dependents. This isn’t enough for you to pay your rent. Don’t wait until your paycheck is taken. An experienced, knowledgeable tax attorney can stop the IRS from garnishing your wages and will help you create a payment plan you can afford.
Dustin Whittenburg will provide you with tailored advice and representation to help resolve the tax debt and stop wage garnishment. Depending on your situation, The Law Office of Dustin Whittenburg will work with the IRS to resolve your tax problem and stop the garnishment of wages while negotiating with the IRS on your behalf.
Don’t wait until your paycheck is taken from you. Call today to learn more about your options.