Our Solution: Prevent Bank Levey

The IRS sends a letter to your bank, notifying them that funds will be seized from the taxpayer's bank account. Your bank will be required to hold funds you have deposited up to the amount you owe the IRS for 21 days. After the holding period, the bank must send all funds directly to the IRS. Don't allow this to happen to you! Don't delay Tax Relief Providers can help.

An IRS bank levy occurs when the IRS orders your bank to seize the funds in your account and send them to the IRS as payment for back taxes owed. When taxpayers ignore IRS warnings or wait too long to respond to IRS collection letters, they run the real risk of having their bank account frozen and funds removed.

The IRS sends a letter to your bank, notifying them that funds will be seized from the taxpayer's bank account. Your bank will be required to hold funds you have deposited up to the amount you owe the IRS for 21 days. After the holding period, the bank must send all funds directly to the IRS. Tax levy allows the IRS to seize your property as a result of unpaid taxes.

This very serious legal action by the IRS endangers all of your property and rights.

Specifically, a tax levy potentially allows the Internal Revenue Service to:

* Garnish your wages (wage levy or wage garnishment)

* Take your bank accounts (bank levy)

* Obtain your social security payments

* Get hold of your accounts receivable

* Seize real property (in some cases your personal residence)

If you receive an IRS letter called a "Notice of Intent to Levy" then, time is of essence! By law the notice must arrive at least thirty (30) days before the levy or seizure of your property occurs.

Why wait for this to happen to YOU!  Tax Relief Providers can help.

Call us today so we can get you thru the rest of the process. 1-888-877-1090.