IRS Wage Garnishment Procedures
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can impose wage garnishment to collect unpaid taxes from individuals and businesses. Wage garnishment is the process of deducting money from an employee's salary to pay a debt they owe. This article will discuss IRS wage garnishment procedures, including how it works, when it can be used and what rights employees have.
Wage garnishment occurs when the IRS sends a Notice of Intent to Levy or Notice of Levy to your employer. This notice requires your employer to withhold part of your wages each month and send them directly to the IRS until the debt is paid in full. The amount that can be taken depends on how much you earn, but typically cannot exceed 25% of your disposable income or any amount greater than 30 times the minimum wage rate, whichever is less.
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