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IRS Wage Garnishment

In terms of severity, most taxpayers view IRS wage garnishments on par with tax liens. And we can’t blame you there; you don’t want to let a wage garnishment harm your financial future. In this section of the StopIRSDebt.com blog, we discuss all things wage garnishment: why the IRS garnishes wages, what it means for your employer, and how to end your wage garnishment in its tracks. Wage garnishments can seem incredibly complicated, but they don’t have to be. If you’re facing down an IRS wage garnishment, get in touch with one of our tax specialists today—free—with our live chat feature, located to the bottom right of your screen – or by clicking here.

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How to Receive Currently Not Collectible Status
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How To Remove an IRS Wage Garnishment
Running up back tax debt can lead to a host of problems with the authorities. Your assets, like cars and boats, can get seized by government agents and sold to the highest bidder. But your future economic livelihood can also be seized by the IRS thro...
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