Winfield Wage Garnishments

Imagine getting your stub on payday to find that the IRS has taken most of your check. Because of your Winfield wage garnishments, you’re left with only a couple of hundred dollars or nothing to pay your bills. The IRS will take what is owed, regardless of how tight your budget is.

In most cases, wage garnishment is continuous, meaning that you are left with nearly no money to meet your necessary living expenses until the IRS agrees to release. If you’re in this situation, we can help. Jones, Savarese, Harrington & Company is a trusted tax accountant prepared to handle your complicated debt.

What is a wage garnishment?

Wage garnishment typically happens when you owe a debt to the IRS. Having your wages garnished means that not only can the IRS take money directly from your paychecks before you receive them, but your employer will be made aware of your debts.

The IRS has sweeping powers to collect on tax obligations. No matter how hard you plead with your employer, they cannot give you the money missing from your paycheck. You will continue to have your wages garnished until you pay the debt in-full or take another action to end the garnishment.

Resolving Your IRS Issues

The average taxpayer is not equipped to deal with the IRS on their own. When the IRS goes about settling tax debts, things do not go so smoothly. Confusing tax notices and long waits on hold with the IRS can make it seem like you’ll never find a way to resolve them.

JSH is committed to helping you find a fair solution to your tax debt issues. We want to relieve you of the stress that comings along with wage garnishment. We’ll be with you every step of the way.