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A professional tax firm is announcing the release of its new guide on how to stop wage garnishment for delinquent taxpayers being levied by the IRS.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 12, 2013
CTR is excited to announce the release of its new guide on how to stop wage garnishment. The guide has been released to help taxpayers who have an IRS levy placed against them and are having their wages garnished.
“The guide is for taxpayers who are currently being garnished, but the hope is that every individual can utilize the information and avoid a damaging situation,” a CTR spokesperson said.
CTR released the guide on wage garnishment, a form of collection in which the IRS has employers withhold a greater amount from employee paychecks to pay back their debts, in order to help taxpayers have the levy stopped. Once the IRS initiates collections, it is very difficult to halt the process until the full tax liability is collected. The information provided covers paying back the amount in full, contacting the IRS, what to look for in a tax relief company and eligibility requirements for tax resolution plans. In addition, the new guide provides important questions to ask along the way.
CTR’s guide to stopping wage garnishment will help taxpayers learn more about avoiding IRS levies as well. The importance of handling IRS debt problems is discussed in detail. While federal topics are covered in length, the guide also talks about wage garnishment by state. States have different tax debt rules than the federal government, so the guide to stopping wage garnishment does not go into depth about the topic. However, taxpayers will have access to information about how to handle state tax debt collection problems.
“Our tax experts spent many hours putting together this guide so that taxpayers who owe the IRS money can take advantage of this information.” Said a CTR spokesperson. “We want individuals to read through this guide, find the information they need and the answers to their pressing tax debt questions.”
CTR has released other types of guides in the past, including the tax settlement guide and the guide to owing the IRS back taxes. The previous guides produced by the company were completed to help taxpayers who were seeking assistance prior to dealing directly with the IRS. The most recent guide is aimed towards taxpayers who are experiencing or very close to experiencing IRS collection actions.
CTR offers tax debt resolution and tax services for individuals and businesses across the United States. The company uses a three step program to create personalized strategies to help taxpayers settle their IRS debt. The company offers many services, including: state and federal tax debt resolution, IRS audit defense, tax preparation and bookkeeping.
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