Wage Garnishment

Is pay day no longer your happy day?
We can figure it out.

Are you under pressure from the IRS and considering filing bankruptcy? Don’t take this step before discussing it with us, there are important considerations that can affect you even after you file for bankruptcy.

How it works

Understanding Wage Garnishment

Payday is usually a welcome and happy day but if you are having tax problems it can become the “Highly Unpleasant Surprise Day”. Picture this. You go online to pay bills after your check should have deposited only to discover some scrawny amount was deposited where your normal paycheck amount should be. Upon further research with your boss and Payroll/Human Resources, you learn that your paycheck has been garnished.

Losing the money is bad enough since you now can’t pay your mortgage or rent or car payment or utilities or your child’s tuition or buy groceries or lunch, etc. Vying for first place in the “Highly Unpleasant Surprise Day Olympics” is the embarrassment of having to discuss your personal affairs with people at work and in certain positions; you could lose your job.

How We Can Help

How Tax Hostage can stop the wage garnishment.

Tax Hostage will arrange a payment plan with the IRS to stop the wage garnishment. The payment plan negotiated by us is always more favorable than any IRS wage garnishment. It removes the embarrassment of people at work seeing it every time they calculate your paycheck and allows you to manage your own cash flow rather than letting the IRS do it.

If your wages have been garnished and you owe more than $10K in taxes, contact our tax negotiators at Tax Hostage.

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