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Re: IRS seizures
Being a former IRS agent and revenue officer I can tell you that the Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service can seize almost anything it wants to seize. Last year the IRS seized approximately 700 property units nationwide.
Before IRS can go ahead and seize property it must go through a series of regulations and tax procedures and must stay within the guidelines of their IRS policy statements.
IRS usually goes to great lengths not to seize property and usually gives the taxpayer many opportunities before seizing any assets. There are appeals processes before IRS seizures.
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Collection enforced through seizure and sale of the assets occurs only after thorough consideration of all factors and of alternative collection methods
The facts of a case and alternative collection methods must be thoroughly considered before determining seizure of personal or business assets is appropriate.
Taxpayer rights must be respected.
The taxpayer’s plan to resolve past due taxes while staying current with all future taxes will be considered.
Opposing considerations must be carefully weighed, and the official responsible for making the decision to seize must be satisfied that other efforts have been made to collect the delinquent taxes without seizing.
Alternatives to seizure and sale action may include an installment agreement, offer in compromise, notice of levy, or lien foreclosure.
Seizure action by the IRS is usually the last option in the collection process.
All seizures will be approved by the Chief, Collection Division, with other specific seizures also requiring District Director, Assistant District Director, or Counsel approval, or court order.
Click through this link to see Policy Statements
Remember, IRS does not randomly seize assets belonging to taxpayers. It painstakingly goes through processes of sending notices, certified mail, and making every effort to contact taxpayers before seizures are made. The most common form of IRS seizure is an IRS bank levy or IRS wage garnishment.
Contact us today if IRS is threatening any seizure action and let us help stop the problem completely.
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