IRS Garnishment | Remove and Stop In 1 Day | Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service has been the nationwide leader in having an IRS wage garnishment stopped, removed and released in one day for more than a decade. Our IRS tax professionals can have your IRS garnishment stopped within hours.


The IRS tax collector has been knocking on your door, and sending you certified letters. Unsure what to do, and knowing you cannot pay the full amount, you decide to take the route of least resistance. You, like many financially struggling taxpayers, bury your head in the sand.

Suddenly, the IRS calls stop, no more IRS letters and no more IRS visitors. When you go to collect your paycheck you find that a significant portion is being withdrawn from your check. You contact Human Resources, only to learn that the IRS has placed a WAGE GARNISHMENT (tax levy) on your income. What does that mean? In layman terms, it means the IRS is going to get their money by enforcing a tax levy, and in your case, they are going to take a portion of your earnings until the amount, with accruing interest and possibly penalties, has been received.


The amount of the IRS garnishment is dependent on several different factors, but generally involves the amount you owe, the amount you earn, the number of children/dependents you have, and any additional income you may earn.

But what if the IRS Wage Garnishment causes an Undue Hardship?

There is hope. Generally, the IRS will garnish and levy a person’s wages when the IRS is unable to get a voluntary collection, or the taxpayer is unwilling to communicate with the IRS. Essentially, the IRS wage garnishment is to “get your attention” – and it pretty much always accomplishes that goal.

The first thing to do is to contact the tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. Your anxiety level will be high. You will be scared. You do not know what your rights are and what remedies are available to you.

It is important to consider options, which will automatically require the IRS to release the levy on wages, including (although these are not common):

1. The IRS discovers that the time period to collect the tax from you expired prior to the issuance of the wage garnishment. (Very rare)
2. The IRS did not provide you the full 30 days to respond to the notice. (Very rare)
3. You declare bankruptcy. (Not Necessary to stop an IRS garnishment)
4. Your offer in compromise or request for an installment plan when an appeal is in process.
5. The final step would be to request a stay of execution of the wage garnishment due to an Undue Hardship, which the garnishment is causing. Please note, under IRS rules, an undue hardship must be more than an inconvenience to the taxpayer; the taxpayer must show the garnishment would cause a substantial financial loss if forced to pay a tax or deficiency on the due date.

A taxpayer should never try and negotiate his/her own garnishment release. The IRs is not going to tell you what your rights are and the IRS is certainly not going to help you.

The primary business of Flat Fee Tax Service is to stop an IRS wage garnishment, prepare unfiled tax returns and have our clients settle with the IRS through the Offer in Compromise program. We do these functions better and more affordable than any other tax resolution company. That is a fact.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE – 1-866-747-7435:

1. No Client Complaints. Guided by Christian Values.
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4. Experience IRS Tax Attorneys.
5. IRS Wage Garnishments stopped, removed and released in 1 Day.
5. 95% of our clients have successful settlements through the Offer in Compromise program.
6. We are ethical, moral, dependable and thorough.
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IRS Offer in Compromise Settlements – Nationwide – Affordable – Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is your nationwide IRS Offer in Compromise tax relief team.

90% of the Offers in Compromise prepared by the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has been successful.

What is an IRS Offer in Compromise?

By filing an Offer in Compromise, you are offering to settle your tax debt and pay the IRS less than the full amount you owe. The IRS may accept your offer and allow you to pay less than your original debt, especially if there is doubt as to whether they could ever collect the full amount from you or if there is a doubt that you are actually liable for that debt.

An offer in compromise settlement is a great way to receive a fresh start and can help you save thousands of dollars off of your back tax liability.

An Offer in Compromise works in the following way:

It allows you, the financially struggling taxpayer, to make the IRS a settlement offer and then pay that amount after they have accepted your offer. In return for accepting your settlement offer, you agree to file your tax returns on time and pay any amounts due on these returns for the next 5 years. You will be on “Income Tax Probation.”

You will agree to allow the IRS to keep any refunds and credits due to you during the calendar year that your Offer in Compromise is approved.

If you do not adhere and fulfill the terms of the acceptance contract, the IRS can (and will) revoke the contract and reinstate the entire tax liability you originally owed, reinstate past penalties and tack on penalties and interest and pursue aggressive collection tactics.


The length of time to complete the Offer in Compromise process will take approximately 10 to 12 months. The preparation and providing backup documents will take approximately 1-4 months.

Your settled Offer in Compromise can be paid in monthly installments. The shorter the payment plan, the better the settlement will be.

Our knowledgeable and thorough IRS tax relief team will negotiate an Offer in Compromise for you, prepare and file the necessary paperwork, and walk you through the entire process step-by-step.

What if I Don’t Qualify for an Offer in Compromise?

We can determine, during our consultation, if you are qualified and eligible to receive a fresh start through the Offer in Compromise program. Of course, you need to be honest with us and forthcoming. We are non-judgmental and quite frankly, have heard just about every IRS problem possible.

Obviously, submitting an Offer in Compromise to the IRS is an extremely complicated process. There is a great amount of paperwork, a lot of digging for financial information, and knowledge and experience in dealing with IRS procedures.

Our IRS tax relief team will properly negotiate and prepare your Offer in Compromise and will help you drastically reduce your tax debt liability. Our consultations are always FREE and CONFIDENTIAL and we will work with you on your individual circumstances.


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1. Worldwide Service. It Does Not Matter Where You Are Located.
2. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau.
3. A-Rating with the Better Business Bureau.
4. No Client Complaints.
5. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys.
6. IRS Wage Levies stopped in 1 Day.
7. 90% of our Clients Have Had Successful Offers in Compromise.
8. We Are: Dependable, Moral, Ethical and Thorough.