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Yes, the length of time the IRS is allowed to collect a tax debt is generally limited to 10 years. Is waiting out this period a strategy for resolving tax debt?

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Wage Garnishment

If you are buckling under the weight of an IRS wage garnishment, it is time to get yourself free! We have seven practical ways to stop an IRS wage garnishment.

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Wage Garnishment written on paper next to calculator

The employer has the job of gathering the information needed from the affected employee to determine the correct wage garnishment amount from the IRS tables.

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Garnishment of Wages written on a notepad

Yes, it is possible to make a deal to keep the IRS from garnishing your paycheck. Making payment arrangements with the IRS maybe all that is needed.

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Wage Garnishment Button on a Keyboard

When you enter into a payment plan with the IRS, known as an Installment Agreement, the IRS will release an active wage garnish order.

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Wage Garnishment

The IRS may collect federal taxes that are due by garnishing (levying) a taxpayer’s wages. The IRS will notify your employer to begin garnishing the wages.

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The Fresh Start program is designed so that taxpayers pay their debt in full within six years, and without a serious financial burden being placed upon them.

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Tax Refund Check and 1040

You can call the IRS to see if your refund has been flagged for garnishment. Then you can reach out to set up a payment plan − if warranted.

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