The IRS has many tools at its disposal. Oswego wage garnishments are among the most destructive methods the IRS uses to collect what you owe them. Typically, the IRS will take 25 percent or more of your income. They are permitted to garnish up to 60 percent of your wages if you are single, and 50 percent if you are married and have dependent children. This can leave you struggling to pay bills and can cripple your finances long-term.
It takes a robust and experienced tax specialist to confront the IRS for a wage garnishment. Jones, Savarese, Harrington & Company help people obtain garnishment releases or find alternative forms of relief. Our tax specialists understand the complexities of wage garnishments, and we know the toll they can take on delinquent taxpayers and their families.