A security agency located in Chicago, Illinois hired Timberline for overall account representation and help with a resolution to the business tax liabilities owed to the Internal Revenue Service in the amount of $4,724,229. A levy against the taxpayer’s business bank account was issued the same week they hired Timberline and needed to make payroll.
A taxpayer from Denver, Colorado hired Timberline Tax Group for assistance with releasing a levy from his paycheck. The taxpayer’s liability stemmed from a few years working as an owner/operator truck driver. The client was also missing tax returns for 8 years. Under the guidance of Timberline, we assisted the taxpayer by obtaining the wage
A car repair company in Massachusetts hired Timberline Tax Group to help protect the business from potential levies on their accounts and provide a resolution to the tax liability. The Associate assigned to the case immediately contacted the assigned Revenue Officer to discuss the account. A levy had been issued against the taxpayer’s credit card
Individual taxpayers from Selma, Alabama hired Timberline Tax Group to protect them from enforced collection action and to release an existing wage garnishment. Upon reviewing all pertinent financial documentation from the clients, the Associate assigned to the case effectively negotiated the full release of the garnishment. With the garnishment released, the taxpayer was able
An individual residing in Madison, Wisconsin hired Timberline Tax Group when his Social Security income began to be garnished by the IRS. The Enrolled Agent assigned to the case worked with taxpayer to complete an informal financial statement to prove a financial hardship was present. After negotiating with the assigned Revenue Officer, the garnishment
A taxpayer from West Virginia hired Timberline Tax for account representation and protection from the IRS. When initially retained, the Enrolled Agent determined there was an active Social Security garnishment on the account. Immediate actions were taken with the Revenue Officer and a full release was negotiated on the client’s behalf in lieu of
The IRS has two primary ways to collect on tax debts: Tax Liens & Tax Levies. IRS liens are filed to protect the government’s interest in property that taxpayers own. When the lien is filed, it attaches to all tangible property that is recorded through the taxpayer’s local county clerk and recorder’s office. By filing this