There are few things more terrifying than finding out that the IRS is going to garnish wages from you. If the IRS is seeking to garnish wages from you, contact Jay Allen Finn, CPA, immediately and get help. Mr. Finn has experience dealing with taxes and was once an IRS Revenue Agent. Armed with vast knowledge of how the IRS works, Mr. Finn is capable of finding the right solution for your IRS tax problems. Not only can Mr. Finn help if the IRS wants to garnish wages, he can also assist you with:
- Reducing tax penalties
- Protecting your tax refund
- Settling a tax debt with an IRS offer in compromise (for pennies on the dollar)
Normally, when a person owes the IRS money and has not made an effort to arrange installments for payment or simply not answered them, they will garnish wages from that person or place a federal tax lien on them. They will inform the person’s employer that they intend to take funds from their paycheck in order to pay for the tax debt. This can vary anywhere up to 70 percent of a person’s paycheck depending upon the person’s marital status or the number of dependents but it can still put a dent in someone’s life. They can also look into taking property or money from entities like Social Security as well. However, this situation can be avoided if you talk to Mr. Finn and the people at his firm.
Mr. Finn has a good success rate in handling tax debt cases, especially those involving an IRS offer in compromise. If you are facing a situation where the IRS wants to garnish wages from you, talk to Mr. Finn and start finding an answer to the problem. Just by having a professional deal with the IRS can be a stress reliever. The IRS can be brutal when a person owes them money, so having an experienced person acting as a buffer between you and them is a huge blessing. Filling out forms and doing paperwork is not enough to get them off your back. Mr. Finn will use the IRS’s own rules to protect your rights.
If the IRS wants to garnish wages from you, talk to Mr. Finn today. Find out more by contacting www.doggedbyirs.com.