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Bank levies are brutal, "strangling" a taxpayer by "choking off" cash flow.

Bank levies are brutal, "strangling" a taxpayer by "choking off" cash flow.

Bank Levies

Bank levies are brutal! They "strangle" a taxpayer by "choking off" its cash flow. We can help!

Has the IRS or state levied one of your bank accounts? Would you like to have your accounts and cash released or have the levying stopped?

We can help!

We have experience in negotiating the release of IRS bank levies.

The IRS is the "Super Creditor"!!!

It has ultimate collection power. The IRS doesn't have to take a taxpayer to court to collect a debt like other creditors. Nope . . . The IRS just mails a series of Notices to the taxpayer advising of the tax debt and notifying the taxpayer that it intends to levy the taxpayer's accounts. That's it!!

If the taxpayer doesn't pay, a levy can be issued. The IRS notifies the bank (or other party) of the levy. It instructs the bank to "hold" the taxpayer's money and pay it to the IRS. If the bank fails or refuses it can be punished.

This is the IRS's biggest and best weapon for collecting taxes. By levying a taxpayer's account the IRS can "strangle" a taxpayer by "choking off" its cash flow.

To learn if you may be able to have a bank levy (or other levy) released call us confidentially or complete our confidential contact form which will entitle you to request that someone from our firm contact you to schedule your FREE initial consultation.

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