Failure to pay an IRS debt can result in a wage garnishment where the IRS deducts a monthly amount they deem necessary to satisfy the debt by installments. The wage garnishments can be sufficiently large to render a person unable to meet their regular financial obligations. The IRS will not resort to a wage garnishment except as a last resort.
Prior to them contacting a person’s employer to establish a garnishment, they will both assess the amount of taxes owed and send the delinquent taxpayer a Notice and Demand for Payment. Where people get into trouble is not responding to the IRS letter. People can have a fear of dealing directly with the IRS and the professionals at TaxAttorney.com understand that.
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TaxAttorney.com charges a flat fee for the services rendered which will not change. It is best to deal with the IRS promptly to prevent the IRS from taking the extreme measure of a wage garnishment. However, regardless of where a taxpayer stands in connection with unpaid taxes, the professionals at TaxAttorney.com can manage your IRS case and work towards a mutually beneficial solution.