If the IRS or state has frozen or is trying to take money from one or more of your bank accounts, call today so we can attempt to win a bank levy release and get your cash back!
Yes, its true! It IS possible to get a bank levy released! However you will likely need a tax attorney with experience in negotiating IRS bank levy releases in order for the IRS to grant you one!
There is no tougher bill collector than the IRS. We like to call it the “Super Creditor” because they have the ultimate collection power. They don’t have to go to tax court to collect the debt. All they have to do is mail the taxpayer a letter that looks like all the other letters they send. Even though that letter may look like all the other letters they have already sent, this particular letter is considered to be “official notice” and if there is no response from the taxpayer within 30 days or the taxes have not been paid in full within 30 days, you can wake up one day to find out the IRS has frozen your accounts or has taken the money out of them without any other warning.
What does a levy mean? In short, the IRS will notify the bank of the levy, and it will instruct the bank to hold the taxpayer’s hard-earned money and pay it to the IRS. Even if the bank is on the side of the taxpayer, the IRS can punish the bank. This is why you need experienced negotiators if you find yourself in need of bank levy help. And you need to act fast. The bank must hold your money for 21 days before turning it over to the IRS. If you know how, you could secure a bank levy release before time is up. Don’t delay.
Do you need a bank levy release or other bank levy help? We here at Polston Tax Resolution & Accounting can help. Call us confidentially at 844-806-2648 or fill out our contact form to schedule a free initial consultation and see if you may be able to have a bank levy released.