Seizures and Garnishments
The IRS has broad powers when it comes to the seizure of assets. These powers allow them to seize personal and business assets to pay off outstanding tax liabilities. Taxpayers have usually been avoiding the IRS before the IRS actually resorts to seizure activity. The IRS attempts to collect amounts owed to them and a seizure is an ultimate act in their collection efforts.
When a taxpayer is threatened with seizure of assets, the IRS will drop the threat if it receives full payment of taxes, penalties, and interest or if the CPA's of Kenneth D. Eichner, P.C. get involved and either negotiate a settlement arrangement or determines that the IRS has not followed the taxpayer bill of rights, IRS rules, and regulations, IRS manual or other public policies.
The IRS wage garnishment is a very powerful tool used to collect taxes owed through your employer. Once a wage garnishment is filed with an employer, the employer is required to collect a large percentage of each paycheck that would have otherwise been paid to the employee to now be paid to the IRS. The wage garnishment stays in effect until the IRS is fully paid or until the IRS agrees to release the garnishment. Our CPA's may be able to prevent the IRS from cashing those checks and possibly, if they have, send that money back to you.
We can negotiate a release of their garnishment action. We can also immediately stop all collection action against you by initiating what we refer to as a 911 emergency of all collection procedures. You will be able to receive your full paycheck without fear of future wage garnishments.