When a taxpayer’s bank receives notice of an IRS Bank Account Levy, the bank must freeze all of the taxpayer’s money in all of her bank accounts. The bank will hold the money for 21 days before they release funds to the IRS. This will provide the taxpayer the ability to get professional IRS Bank Account Levy Help if they choose to, or they can work out the IRS Bank Account levy herself.
The IRS may release the IRS Bank Account Levy and the taxpayer’s funds under certain circumstances as:
- The taxpayer’s tax debt is paid in full or becomes unenforceable due to time lapses.
- The IRS may release the taxpayer’s funds if it means she could then pay back the tax debt in full.
- If the taxpayer agrees to a payment schedule for the tax debt.
- If the IRS Bank Account Levy is causing the taxpayer extreme financial hardships and problems, the IRS may release the funds.
If the taxpayer wants IRS Bank Levy Help or needs more information on an IRS Bank Account Levy, we can provide her with a free and completely confidential consultation. If the taxpayer needs to have funds released, whether partial or full, we can help. With our team of professionals of enrolled agents and tax lawyers, we may be able to negotiate the release of her funds successfully. We will provide the taxpayer with experienced professional IRS Bank Levy Help. For business people, we can also assist with levies on accounts receivable and multiple bank account levies.
We understand that the IRS Bank Account Levy Process can cause extreme hardship and financial problems. This is why we will help the taxpayer as quickly as possible and will in many cases, allow special payment plans regarding our fees in order to resolve your IRS Bank Account Levy issues immediately.
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