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IRS shutdown: Day One

IRS Shut Down Day One   At this time, the 10% of the IRS who are not furloughed are running through their shut down procedures.  We are attempting to make contact with the skeleton crew that will be handling emergency levy releases. The Practitioners’ Priority hot line is closed. The taxpayers advocates office appears to be closed. We attempted a fax but the line appears to be busy. Automated Collection Services are closed. IRS field offices are closed. We have […]

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IRS Wage Garnishment Levy? Get Tax Attorney Help.

IRS Wage Garnishment Levy? Get Tax Attorney Help.

IRS Wage Garnishment Levy? Get Tax Attorney Help. You may have known that something like this would happen. A letter arrived from the IRS, a Notice and Demand for Payment. It would have outlined the taxes they had assessed on you and the amount may have sent you into a tailspin of denial and inaction. Fear does that. It causes paralysis when action is a far better response. So you failed to respond to it. You put the letter away […]

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IRS child support garnishment

IRS child support garnishment

IRS, child support, and garnishments:  ”You don’t have to live like this.” NOTE:  This article is not about when the IRS garnishes your refund for back child support.  For information on that topic, go here.  This article is about what to do when you have both IRS and child support garnishments on your paycheck and you have difficulties meeting your obligations. Just like any group, tax resolution professionals like us here at the IRSMedic World headquarters, have bias.  Sometimes we […]

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Certified mail from the IRS

Certified mail from the IRS

Certified Mail from the IRS: The wildly profitable act of opening your mail.   To help you answer this question of what to do with certified mail from the IRS or state, and as a result of a client failing to safeguard his Due Process Rights, we are reprinting here the entire text of the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution. It reads: “No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on […]

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The 433s: A, B & F: What do they mean?

By: VICTORIA PARENT Help for filling out Form 433-a, 433-b or 433-f  One of the key issues to resolving any tax matter is Form 433A , 433B, or 433F. What are these forms? It is the IRS Collection Information Statement. Actually, it is your financial portfolio laid out to the IRS in their format, based on their allowable expenses that allows them to determine, for you, how much you can pay them each month.  

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What is a Final Notice of Intent to Levy?

Before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can take any ‘enforced collection action’ — what most people refer to garnishments or levies of wages and bank accounts, first, the IRS must mail out a letter to a taxpayer called a Final Notice of Intent to Levy. (Notice CP 90)   Who does it applies to? If you owe the IRS back taxes, there is a series of letters that IRS sends out. This letters have technical names: First, a CP501, which […]

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IRS Seizure Compliance Improves Wildly Up to a “Solid C+”

  IRS Seizure of Assets Last year, the IRS was found to be in compliance of its own seizure of assets regulations 56% of the time (which if my memory serves me correctly, if were were to assign a letter grade to such performance, the most appropriate letter would be an ‘F’). But great news. According to the the Treasury Inspector General’s June 29, 2012 report, the IRS has drastically improved! The IRS’ Seizure of Assets rules are now followed […]

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IRS: Yeah on seizures, we follow the law 56% of the time

IRS Seizures   The IRS just recently released an audit of its seizure procedures, let’s just say, as applied, the results aren’t pretty. We reviewed a random sample of 50 of the 578 seizures conducted from July 1, 2008, through June 30, 2009, to determine whether the IRS is complying with legal and internal guidelines when conducting seizures. Our review included a total of 58 guidelines for each seizure. In the majority of seizures, the IRS followed all guidelines applicable […]

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