Receive a Levy Notice? You have options.

A Notice of Intent to Levy does not mean that the IRS is coming to your house this afternoon to start loading your furniture into the back of a government tractor trailer.   In fact, the IRS may never, ever take anything at all.  The Notice of Intent to Levy is just that – “we intend to levy and may do so at some time in the future.”  Or not. 

Should you ignore a notice of intent to levy?  No.  But you should not panic either.  These things can be worked out and in most cases, they are.  If you have received this notice it is because you have ignored the four previous notices you received asking you to pay your past due tax debt. 

So what do you do? Don't panic. Call us regarding your Notice of Intent to Levy so we can help you stop the notices and rest easy.

About Arthur Weiss

Arthur Weiss, Esquire, is a Tucson tax attorney and graduate of the James Rogers School of Law at the University of Arizona. His other academic accomplishments include a master’s degree in accounting, a master’s degree in International Relations and an undergraduate degree in History and German. He is a member the National Association of Consumer Advocates, American Trial Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association.

Mr Weiss serves on the continuing legal education committee of the Pima County Bar Association and regularly lectures on tax matters and IRS representation.

He served twenty years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring in 1989. As a young officer he served in Thailand, England, Germany and a host of bases in the United States. He is married and has two children working their way through college.

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