Notice of Intent to Levy

We are Affordable former IRS Revenue Agents, Revenue Officers, Group Managers and trainers who combined have over 80 years of direct experience working for the IRS in local, district, and regional offices.

We can settle your case and because of our extensive years of experience working for the IRS, we know the system — inside and out.

The IRS sends out 3.6 million Bank and Wage Levy Garnishments every year. They follow these up with 950,000 Federal Tax Liens.

Let our team of former IRS Revenue Agents and Officers, Group Managers and Tax Instructors stop the IRS because we know all of the IRS protocols.

We have over 206 years of professional tax experience in dealing with the IRS Notice Of Intent to Levy.

Not only can our team stop the IRS levy, but we can also settle your case with the IRS at the same time.

Make sure that you contact the IRS by the follow-up date or the CADE2 IRS computer will automatically generate bank levies or wage garnishments.

Not a human hand touches your levy because they are all automatically and systematically generated by IRS’s CADE2 computer system.

Then you will be given 30 days from the date on the IRS Notice/Letter to respond to the IRS.

Let us call the IRS to stop all enforcement action on you today!

The IRS sends out approximately 4 million bank levies and wage garnishments each year. If the letter you have just received is not responded to, the Internal Revenue Service will follow-up with enforcement action.

Then, within two weeks after the 30th day of the date at the top of the letter they send you, the IRS will garnish your wages and/or seize your bank account.

Call us today so we can help you stop the IRS levy right away. You will never have to speak to anyone at the IRS.

Whatever path you choose to follow, remember that it is better to be more assertive with the Internal Revenue Service in handling your tax problem because the problem will not go away by itself.

You will have the benefit of:

  • The staff on our team collectively has over 205 years of professional IRS tax representation experience
  • The staff on our team consists of Board Certified Tax Attorneys, IRS Tax Lawyers, Certified Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents, Former IRS Revenue Agents and Officer, IRS Group Managers, Instructors, and Trainers
  • A fast, affordable, and economical solution
  • The staff on our team is licensed to practice in all 50 States
  • The staff on our team has aNationally Recognized Veteran Former IRS Agent as well as a Nationally Recognized Published Tax Expert, As heard on 90.3 FM Monthly Radio Show-Business Weekly

Our process to get you immediate tax relief and help you permanently end your IRS Tax Problem:

  1. We obtain all the information to get an accurate description of the problem from our clients,
  2. We immediately send a power of attorney to the IRS so that you will never have to speak to them,
  3. We immediately have the IRS stop all of their enforced collection activity with our first call to the IRS,
  4. We ensure that the tax liability asserted is correct by gathering tax and other transcripts from the IRS computer.
  5. We get your tax records current by filing any returns that the IRS needs. You must be current (all tax returns need to be filed) before the IRS will consider any alternatives to collections.
  6. We settle your case for the least amount of money allowed by law by reviewing all of the different options that are available in your unique tax situation.

Some Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if I don’t pay or contact the IRS?

If you don’t pay the amount the IRS says is due, they may seize (“levy”) any state tax refund you may be entitled to receive. This is your Notice of Intent to Levy, as required by Internal Revenue Code section 6331(d).

If you still have a balance due outstanding after they seize (“levy”) your state tax refund, the IRS may send a notice to you that gives you the right to a fair hearing before the IRS Office of Appeals (if you have not previously received such a notice for that tax year). Then IRS may then seize, levy, or take possession of any of your other property or your rights to that property.

Your Other Property includes, but is not limited to, your:

  • Wages, real estate commissions, and other income
  • Bank accounts
  • Business assets
  • Personal assets (including your personal automobile and primary residence)
  • Social Security benefits

If you don’t pay the entire amount due — or call the IRS to make other payment arrangements – it is quite possible that the IRS may file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien on your property at any time, if they haven’t done so already.

Once the lien is in place, you could find it difficult to sell or borrow money against your property. This tax lien will also appear on your credit report ― which could harm your credit rating ― and your creditors could also be publicly notified that the IRS has priority to seize your property.

What if I don’t agree or have already taken corrective action?

If you don’t agree with this notice, it’s important to immediately contact the IRS using the number printed at the top of the notice. They will do their best to help you. If you have already paid the tax liability in question or made other arrangements to pay it with an installment agreement, you should still call the IRS offices at the number printed at the top of the notice to make sure that your account reflects this in the IRS record system.

Remember, you can always Appeal your case.

Call Joshua Webskowski, EA, USTCP so he and his team of former IRS Agents and Revenue Officers, IRS Group Managers and Trainers can help you Stop the IRS Notice of Intent to Levy NOW!