When you owe taxes to the government, the possible repercussions that you face can be frightening, especially if you are uncertain as to exactly what actions the IRS can take against you. Although the IRS may use wage garnishment or tax liens to obtain payment, it is the tax levy that poses some of the most troubling consequences for debtors as the IRS is allowed to use a tax levy against almost all of your property and assets without the need of court permission to do so.
Whether the IRS has imposed a tax levy on you or you are concerned that the IRS may take tax action against you, you may have more options available to you than you believe. Fill out the form at the top of this page to get in touch with a highly skilled tax relief lawyer at the Tax Relief Law Center. Our attorneys may be able to help you get the tax support and relief you need.
What Can Be Levied?
According to federal law, the IRS has the ability to levy much of your property and assets, such as:
- Social security payments
- Bank accounts
- Real property, such as cars and jewelry
When the IRS levies your property, it is considered a property or asset seizure and you have no access to these items or assets.
Tax levies and other forms of IRS tax action can further complicate your financial situation and have devastating ramifications. Get the assistance you need and explore your tax relief options by contacting one of our experienced tax relief lawyers at the Tax Relief Law Center by filling out the form at the top of this page.