A wage garnishment occurs when, due to overdue tax debt, the government forces an employer to forward a portion of an employees wages / salary directly to the IRS to pay towards the back taxes owed to the federal government. Wages and salary include fees, bonuses, and commissions.
The IRS must provide proper notification before it can levy a taxpayer. This involves numerous letters ending with a letter with a Final Notice of Intent to levy attached. The IRS can then issue a formal levy after 30 days from the date of that letter.
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