What is a IRS Wage Garnishment Release?

A wage levy is used to seize your wages, commissions, or other income (often called a garnishment). The Internal Revenue Service can even garnish your Social Security income! You have only 30 days from the date of a Final Notice of Intent to Levy to either pay the tax in full or to find a solution to your back taxes.

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What is a Currently Not Collectible?

Currently Not Collectible means that a taxpayer has no ability to pay his or her tax debt. When the taxpayer demonstrates they are in severe financial hardship and have no ability to make monthly payments or liquidate assets in order to pay their back taxes, the Internal Revenue Service can declare the account "currently not collectible."

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What is a Collection Statute Expiration?

The Internal Revenue Service has 10 years to collect outstanding tax liabilities, from the date assessed. The 10-year mark is calculated from the day a tax liability has been finalized. A tax liability can be finalized in a number of ways. It could be a balance due on a tax return, an assessment from an audit, or a proposed assessment that has become final.

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Who is Direct Tax Relief?

Direct Tax Relief is a tax debt resolution company that assists individuals and small businesses with their IRS tax problems as well as State tax problems. Our firm of experienced Tax Attorneys, certified tax preparers, tax resolution specialists, and tax consultants specialize in providing IRS tax relief across the country in all 50 states.

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