If you’re in the middle of a tax levy, it’s time to start considering how to get out. The effects of a tax levy are not only financially devastating but also emotionally crippling. If this is your situation, help is not too far away! Get relief from your tax levies and regain control over your life easily!

What Is A Tax Levy?

A tax levy is the act of a government or other taxing authority to impose an involuntary assessment against the property and personal income. The process, which allows for no input from either the taxpayer or municipality in most cases, can be enforced by many methods including seizing a person’s bank accounts, garnishing wages, and foreclosing on homes with mortgages unpaid.


There are some detrimental effects of this. With your home being foreclosed and no longer entitled to you, the home can be sold to somebody else willing to pay for the tax burden. Also, with your wages being garnished and the possibility of your vehicle being seized, you will be rendered unable to provide for yourself and your family.

Regaining Control

Evidently, the root cause of tax levies being imposed on you is due to unpaid back taxes, interest, and penalties. Relieving your back tax issues first will lift you from your tax levy. There’s hope for those who have $10,000 or more in back taxes or unfiled taxes! There’s a relief program that consolidates many major relief programs into a one-size-fits-all assistance program; The IRS Fresh Start Program.

Our clients are referred to our Fresh Start Program in order to avoid bankruptcy, acquire debt relief, and settle their debts in a quick manner. Let us give you a helping hand today!

How Simple Is Qualifying?

Considering that the Fresh Start Program is a federal program, you would think meeting the qualifications may be very difficult, but really, it’s a lot simpler and quicker than you think. Take the following steps in order to find out if you are eligible in as little as 3 minutes.

  1. Fill out some basic information about yourself and your back taxes here.
  2. Have a representative reach out to you to discuss your eligibility.
  3. Go through the enrollment process and finally reduce or eliminate your tax liabilities.