Wage Garnishment

Stop IRS Wage Garnishment

Many things can cause financial problems — lost jobs, injuries, illness, divorce, gambling, drinking — and the first thing to go is often tax payments. Unfortunately, ignoring your taxes will only make things worse. The IRS has the power to garnish your wages. If you are already struggling to make ends meet, losing a portion of your wages each pay period will only make things harder.

A wage garnishment is not a one-time event. The levy remains in effect, and your wages will continue to be garnished, until your tax debt is paid in full.

At McCauley Law Offices, P.C., located in Chester County, Pennsylvania, we have been representing taxpayers with garnished wages nationwide during IRS collection actions for more than 30 years. Our attorneys have one goal: to stop wage garnishment and help you become tax compliant and negotiate a settlement.

Could You Have Your Garnished Wages By The IRS?

Two things will happen before the IRS can levy your wages:

First, the IRS determined you owe money and sent you a Notice and Demand for Payment

Second, you received a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and a notice advising you of your right to a hearing.

If you’ve received both of these notices, you must act quickly to prevent your wages from being garnished. The IRS is coming any minute! Do not wait. Your income is at risk.

Our lawyers are skilled tax professionals. We use a variety of tactics, such as negotiating an offer in compromise or installment agreement, or securing innocent spouse relief to prevent a wage garnishment. If you find that you already have garnished wages there are steps we can take to have the levy, or garnishment, released.

Prevent Wage Garnishment, Call 610-388-4474

Remember: it is easier to PREVENT a wage garnishment than to get the IRS to stop garnishing your wages. Act now. Contact our firm today at 610-388-4474 to protect your wages from IRS garnishment. Consultations are free.