- Frequently Confusing Issues Concerning Wage Levies
- What is the difference between a Notice of Intent to Levy and a Notice
- What is a Statutory Notice of Deficiency or a 90-Day Letter?
- What can I do about getting the wage levy off?
- If I ignore the
letter, can I pretend like I never got it?
- A Notice of Intent to Levy is telling you that you have 30 days to
respond and that if you do not respond the IRS will issue a Notice of Levy. A Notice of Levy means that a levy has been
placed on your bank account, pay roll, property, etc.
- A Notice of Defieincy indicates
that your taxes are deliquent, and that you have 90 days to pay in-full. If you do not respond to a Notice of Deficiency within
90 days, you will legally owe the full amount that appears in the notice regardless of wheter or not it is accurate.
If you ignore this letter, you will be put on the levy-track.
- If you have already been
hit by a wage levy, you will need to contact an expert in tax procedures in order to quickly and painlessly solve you levy
- Pretending like you never received the letter will NOT work. You should NEVER
ignore these letters. The IRS notices need to be addressed by a tax procedure expert as soon as possible.
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