However, it is important to note that the Internal Revenue Service may release a levy if you are having financial difficulty. You must be able to prove that seizing your property and/or garnishing your wages will make it difficult for you to pay for your basic living expenses.
There are steps that the Internal Revenue Service must take before they place a levy on your property.
They are required by law to send you a notice demanding your payment. They are also required to send you a notice of intent to levy. Additionally, the Internal Revenue Service is required to send you a notice of your right to a hearing.
The final notice has to be sent at least 30 days before the Internal Revenue Service issues the levy. You may receive this notice at your place of business or home. You may also get a letter sent to your last known address.
The good news is that you do not have to deal with an IRS levy on your own. Our attorney can help... ...read full post