Bank Levy Release
WHAT IS BANK LEVY?
A bank levy is where your account has been levied, your funds are frozen and you have up to 21 days to act before they are remitted to the IRS. If the 21 days have passed and the money is gone, you have next to no chance to get it back.
If they are successful, the government will continue to levy, and if they were not, they will take other collection action against you until you pay your liability in full or you enter into an alternative agreement such as an installment agreement, offer in compromise or currently non-collectible status.
It is important to know that the IRS is willing to work with taxpayers if they are proactive. They only enact levies if a taxpayer is non-responsive. They do this to get the taxpayer to react to their requests. The sooner you call DMG Tax Relief after you get any levy notice, the greater the chances that DMG Tax Relief can head off trouble. Better than that, if you partner with DMG Tax Relief, your tax problem will be resolved permanently.