Tax Levy Attorney in Tampa
Avoid Seizure of Your Property With an Experienced Lawyer
If you've been ignoring your tax problems with the IRS, now is the time to act. To avoid tax levies, it's best to be proactive about your tax debt. A tax levy is not a situation you want to find yourself in, so it is important to resolve your IRS debt as soon as possible before a levy is imposed.
It's important to remember that you have options and rights. At the Law Offices of Darrin T. Mish, we believe that understanding your rights and responsibilities is key to overcoming tax problems. We strive to educate clients on what the IRS can and can’t do regarding tax levies.
When you're ready to seek tax relief, we can help you get started. Call our office at (813) 295-7648 to arrange a consultation today!
What Is a Tax Levy?
A tax levy is when the IRS seizes your property to satisfy the debt you owe. It is different from a tax lien because the levy takes property to satisfy the debt, while a lien is a legal claim against property to secure payment for your tax debt.
Some examples of tax levies:
- Bank levies
- Wage garnishment
- Property seizure
- Reduced tax refunds
As experienced Tampa tax levy attorneys we understand how stressful this situation can be and are ready to help you dig yourself out of this hole, understand how to avoid tax levies, and how to respond if you are issued one.
How Does a Tax Levy Work?
If you've have an outstanding debt with the IRS, a tax levy could be on it's way. The process of an IRS tax levy is as follows:
- The IRS must send you a 30-day notice of its intent to levy
- The IRS must send you a notice demanding payment
- The tax levy can only be issued if you have failed to propose a payment plan and ignored prior notices
If you recently received a 30-day notice of intent to levy from the IRS, there is still time to act. It's important that you come up with a solution to repay your debt.
Can I Appeal a Tax Levy?
If you received a notice of intent to levy through the IRS, you have the right to appeal it and stop a tax levy altogether. If the tax levy has already started, you may even request levied assets to be returned to you.
To start an appeal, reach out to the IRS to make an arrangement to get your tax bill paid and request a release from the tax levy. When submitting the appeal, you will be working with a different office from the Collections office. For experienced guidance with the tax levy appeals process, reach out to our tax levy attorneys in Tampa at the Law Offices of Darrin T. Mish, P.A.
Read Attorney Darrin T. Mish's "IRS Battle Guide" to learn more about the ins and outs of tax legalities.
How Our Firm Can Help
We can help you resolve this situation before a levy is imposed through steadfast representation. If you have already been hit with a tax levy, don’t panic – levies can be removed and we can develop an effective legal strategy to get that done. Let’s get you back in good standing with the IRS.
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