Bank Levy / Wage Garnishments

When you have a balance that is past due, the IRS and/or State Revenue Agency collecting the tax debt owed should provide you with significant notice of the balance owed. This normally comes in a sequence of bills over period of months after the balance is due. If you have received a few bills and do not make any attempt to resolve the debt, it is likely that you will eventually receive a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy” which can include levying of funds held in your bank account or a garnishment on your wages or self-employed income.

Both the IRS & State Revenue Agency (examples: California Franchise Tax Board, California Employee Development Department, Massachusetts Department of Revenue) have the full authority of federal and state law to collect on balances in this manner when owed. If you have been ignoring your tax debt, specifically notices of balances due, do not hesitate to call our offices today so you can avoid either a bank levy or wage garnishment from occurring in the present or in the future.

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Liz C.
Liz C.
11 months ago
My experience with Ryan McFarland has been outstanding. His expertise was evident immediately when he asked all the right questions to understand my...
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Head Of The Household B.
3 months ago
Hey everybody I just want to Let you know if you need Tax help, Ryan is awesome. I'm a small business owner. During this busy time I reached out to several...
George C.
George C.
7 months ago
I called Ryan with my tax situation. Initially I got his voicemail and left a message. Within a short time he returned my call. Ryan was very easy to talk...
Laurie Bishop
Laurie Bishop
2 months ago
I just wanted to share my experience with Ryan. I am a small business owner, and we certainly took a hit this last year. It’s scary when you receive a letter from the IRS. I reached out to several tax attorneys with just a simple question. Ryan was very responsive and compassionate, All this during tax time when everybody’s super busy. Out of five different people Ryan was the only one that Actually responded and tried to help me. Ryan, I just want to say thank you so much for taking the time, I know you’re busy. Thank you again so much for all your help. I will be reaching out again if I need anything. You’re awesome. Laurie
Maurice Franklin
Maurice Franklin
11 months ago
I know how important reviews are because I rely on them just as much as you, so let me tell you about Ryan McFarland Law Offices. I was referred to Ryan by my neighbor when I described multiple tax issues I had with multiple state and federal agencies. Ryan gave me his full attention, listened to my speak, gave me detailed feedback on where my problems fit relative to the laws and demonstrated how he could bring me value and various solutions. He also educated me on my cases strengths and weaknesses and made recommendations all during our initial consultation. Based on what Ryan and I discussed during the consultation I was able to work to resolve the issue on my own, all the while Ryan rooted me on to success. For that he has earned my business whenever I or anyone I know needs an attorney. He put me first.
Jeffrey Johnson
Jeffrey Johnson
a year ago
What else can I say, Ryan is awesome. He's helped me work through some challenging personal and business tax issues that required a ton of patience and diligence on his part and explained things every step of the way. Super helpful to have help from someone who understands the law and is able to make it comprehensible for someone like me.

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