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IRS Wage Garnishment/Notice of Wage Levy-Obtain Best Results With Tax Attorney Protection
DWK Tax understands there are financial obligations that are necessary to keep your head above water in these very tough economic times. Many taxpayers are not aware that proof of hardship or difficult times can and will be used to your benefit.
Temporary "Band-Aid" Solutions is not what DWK is interested in. We will get to the root of the problem. Address it and move on...
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WAGE GARNISHMENT RELEASE, FLAT FEE: $450.00
If you have received an IRS Notice to Levy, you need to contact DWK TAX GROUP immediately.
Our Team of IRS Tax Attorneys will protect your assets before the IRS Executes on the Notice of Intent to Levy.
SOCIAL SECURITY GARNISHMENT
Section 6334 (c) of the Internal Revenue Code (26 U.S.C. 6334 (c)) allows Social Security benefits and SSDI to be levied to collect unpaid Federal taxes; If you are a Senior Citizen (also applies to someone with a Social Security Disability Garnishment by IRS) relying on Social Security or SSDI for your income and you have a Social Security Garnishment by IRS that is taking a portion of your check.
Your ability to pay any past due Taxes are impacted because you have a fixed income. You need highly skilled IRS Tax Attorney Representation.
Through the Federal Payment Levy Program (FPLP), Social Security benefit payments outlined in Title II of the Social Security Act, Federal Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance Benefits, are subject to the 15-percent levy, to pay your delinquent tax debt. Because the FPLP is used to satisfy tax debts, the IRS may levy your Social Security benefits regardless of the amount. This is different from the 1996 Debt Collection Improvement Act which states that the first $750 of monthly Social Security benefits is off limits to satisfy non-tax debts. Fifteen percent of the Social Security benefit will be levied through the FPLP regardless of
whether or not the remaining benefit sent to you is less than $750.
IMPORTANT TO KNOW:
Manual IRS Levy (100%). This is not a "TYPO". The IRS is NOT limited by IRC 6331(h) to taking 15% of a taxpayer’s Social Security benefits. The IRS can issue a manual IRS Levy that can continuously take all of your social security benefits underInternal Revenue Code section 6331(a), which permits an IRS Levy on all wages, salary or other income (which would include Social Security and Disability). The 15% automatic IRS Levy provision is a supplement to the manual IRS Levy power. The IRS can chose the manual approach if it deems fit and attempt to collect more than the automated 15%.
ONCE AGAIN, DWK TAX GROUP WILL STOP THE IRS GARNISHMENT WITHIN 24 TO 48
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NOTE: Taxpayer must be analyzed to declare possible eligibility to qualify for IRS Tax Relief
Call us when you need answers, call us, when you are ready to make conscious change.
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