Wage Garnishment Release
What is Wage Garnishment?
How Will I know If My Wages Are Being Garnished
The IRS will typically send you a number of notices letting you know that you have a tax debt in need of being paid. If you do not attempt to pay off your debt in full or through an installment agreement, the IRS will then garnish your wages. The IRS will not notify you that your wages are being garnished instead, the IRS will directly issue a notification of garnishment to your employer and then your employer will proceed to notify you that your wages are being garnished.
What is a Wage Garnishment Release?
Am I Eligible for a Wage Garnishment Release?
Although it can be difficult to be approved for a wage garnishment release as the IRS is not very lenient given that they usually send many warning notices before resorting to wage garnishment, it is not impossible. Wage garnishment is not usually ideal for the IRS as there are many rules and fees that come with it which make it more difficult to obtain the full balance of your tax debt. If you meet any of the above criteria and you are in full tax compliance, meaning that you have filed all required tax returns, you are likely eligible for Wage Garnishment Release.
To break it down, you may be able to release your wages from garnishment if:
If you are in fear of your wages being garnished or have already received notice of garnishment from your employer, the best course of action is to speak with a tax professional who can evaluate your specific tax situation and advise you on how to best move forward. Give us a call today to discuss how you can avoid wage garnishment or how you can be released. See more of our tax resolution services.