I received a Notice of Intent to Levy from IRS.

What should I do?

I received a Notice of Intent to Levy from IRS.
What should I do?

If you receive a Notice of Intent to Levy that says you have the right to file a Collection Due Process Hearing don’t ignore it! You only have 30 days from the date of the letter to timely file for the hearing. If you timely file for the Collection Due Process Hearing in most cases IRS cannot take enforced collection action against you while the hearing is pending. Your case will be sent to the IRS Office of Appeals where you will have the opportunity to propose an alternative to the proposed levy action. You may qualify for Currently Not Collectible status, an Installment agreement, or an Offer in Compromise. We can help you navigate through this process and represent you before the IRS Office of Appeals.

The IRS is required to notify you when it files a federal tax lien against you. If you received a Notice of Federal Tax Lien you may also be able to file a Collection Due Process Hearing and request review by the IRS Office of Appeals.

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