Can the IRS enforce collection action? Yes. What does enforcement action mean? It means putting a lien or levy on your assets and garnishing your wages. If you obtain tax representation can that person stop enforcement collection action without supporting with proper documentation your particular facts and circumstances? No. Your representative must follow IRS procedure and protocol.
The success of your case is contingent upon your timely and full cooperation. It is up to you to substantiate your particular facts and circumstances. If you claim a hardship, you may be asked to provide information to support that fact. Failure to do so may result in your not qualifying for an installment agreement, being placed into currently not collectible status or release of your wage garnishments, levies and liens. If you are unable to pay your debt in full or within the time allowed by the IRS, you will have to provide documentation to support that fact. Your timely and complete cooperation is essential to the success of your case. The most experienced, knowledgeable and successful representative assisting you cannot succeed without your cooperation. The outcome of you case is contingent upon you.
- You must not contact the IRS on your own without notifying me in advance.
- You must not conceal assets.
- You must be cooperative and provide information to work your case in a timely manner.
- You must not take any actions to conceal your assets.
- The information requested must be provided in an organized, legible and complete manner.