Tax Levies

An IRS Tax Levy is a legal seizure of taxpayer’s assets taken in order to satisfy a tax debt.  An IRS Tax Levy can be attached to any property, including bank accounts, real estate and automobiles, but is most frequently applied to bank accounts, securities, wages and even a business’ accounts receivable. The IRS usually levies only after these three requirements are met:

MJPR can prevent a tax levy by requesting a Collection Due Process hearing and advocating on your behalf.  If your wages or bank account has already been levied by tax authorities, will use their skills and experience to convince the IRS to release the levy and prevent any future levies by negotiating a tax collection alternative.  We will vigorously represent you through every step of the process, advising you on the best strategies and alternatives, and achieving the best possible result.

Contact our tax team to discuss your problem!