|IRS Levy and Wage Garnishment
IRS levy and IRS Wage Garnishment War Room - Stories of the
Some IRS employees should be unemployed:
The IRS levied the taxpayerís bank account. Checks were
bouncing. Court ordered payments for child support and Alimony
were due to be paid in the next few days and the taxpayer faced
eviction for non payment of rent (bounced rent check). The IRS
employee refused to release the levy because the "court
ordered payments hadnít been paid yet", and an IRS
"manager" took the "position" that the
taxpayer wouldnít get evicted for 3 months (before being forced
to live out of his car as he had before). The IRS employee
also didn't care that the court ordered child support was needed
in order to provide for the taxpayer's own children. The IRS also
advised that it didnít care if employees of the taxpayerís
business didnít get paid (with the result that their families
couldnít pay for their housing, food and utilities). The total
lack of common sense, ignorance of accounting, and disregard of
its own rules by the IRS employees was outrageous.
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