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Protect Your Hard-Earned Assets from an IRS Tax Levy.

Avoid letting an IRS levy take over your property – and your way of life.

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30 days

is how long you have to pay your back taxes and release the levy once you have received the Final Notice of Intent to Levy. After that, the IRS can proceed with seizing your property and assets.

$1,261.54

is how much a married taxpayer filing jointly with two dependents could be left with in their bi-weekly paycheck after a wage levy.

21 days

is how long you have to release a bank levy before the money withheld from your bank account is sent to the IRS to be applied to your tax debt.

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“Tax Defense Network did everything they said they would do per our agreement. They took care of my wage levy immediately and saved me a lot of stress and sleepless nights. TDN kept an open communication and always responded promptly to any questions I had. They are a great company and I wouldn’t hesitate to use Tax Defense Network again.”

- Kalisha

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