The longer you go without IRS help, the more aggressive the collection attempts will become. That’s because the IRS doesn’t care how your debt is paid. They will do whatever it takes, bank levies, wage garnishment, even seizing your assets and selling them at auction to get their money back. They can even attack your pension, retirement or social security check! And the worst thing about these collection methods is that they can prevent you from ever rebuilding your retirement funds or assets.

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Below are some of the services United Tax Relief Center offers, if you don’t what your looking for give us a call.

Bank Levy Release

The most devastating IRS collection method is an IRS levy. This action is the IRS’ legal seizure of a taxpayer’s property and/or assets to satisfy an unpaid tax debt.

Installment Agreement

Before you enters into an agreement with the IRS should consult with a tax professional before applying to ensure they reach the best possible payment arrangement for their financial situation. Call today for a free consultation about the facts on the IRS’ Installment Agreement programs.

Late Tax Return Filing

Taxpayers who owe back taxes to the IRS will need to choose from the various IRS programs to resolve their tax debt, and avoid further collection actions from the IRS. Contact us today we can go back more than 10 years!

Wage Garnishment

This status means that a taxpayer would be unable to pay for basic living necessities due to the portion the IRS takes from their wages, taxpayers can expect between 30-75 percent of their wages. The IRS calculates the amount it will seize per pay period through its own formula.

Remove Tax Lien

When a taxpayer owes the IRS, there are many things to be afraid of: a wage garnishment, a bank levy, and property seizures, but many are not aware of a subtle collection action that the IRS pursues to secure tax debt payment.

IRS Debt Forgiveness

Taxpayers can find a type of debt forgiveness with the Currently Not Collectible IRS program because it allows taxpayers with the inability to pay their tax debt the exception to not have to pay anything on their debt while in that financial situation.