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TAX PROBLEM QUESTIONS:
Q: Will I qualify for a settlement (Offer in Compromise) of my IRS tax debt?
A: It depends. The IRS has recently offered more flexible terms to its Offer in Compromise (OIC) program. This flexibility was enacted to help resolve the tax problems of financially distressed taxpayers.
Q: Can you release my wage garnishment?
A: Yes. There are actually many options to take care of an IRS tax debt. The best thing your tax attorney can do is take advantage of these options and avoid a wage garnishment in the first place. If it is unavoidable, wage garnishments may be released in several ways.
Q: The IRS took everything out of my bank account. Can you release my bank levy and stop them from doing it again?
A: Yes. After you have received a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy,” the IRS will contact your bank informing them that they are required to freeze your account. Once frozen, the IRS must wait 21 days before they can levy your bank account funds.
Q: How much do you charge? Can I pay in installments?
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