Wage Garnishment

What does it mean?

The IRS is the most powerful collection agency on the planet. If they see fit, they can legally take your wages to settle an unpaid tax debt.

How Does it Work?

A wage garnishment happens when a creditor forces your employer to deduct money from your salary. Your company will then pay the portion of your salary withheld to the person or entity to whom you owe money. A court order may be required for some garnishments. However, there is no need for a court order to begin garnishing your wages for federal student loans, overdue taxes, or child support.

Before the wage garnishment occurs, you should be notified. The IRS will send you letters informing you of their forthcoming activities. These warnings will also provide you enough opportunity to correct the issue before the garnishment starts. A wage garnishment usually doesn’t end until you pay off the entire debt. This total will include any interest, penalties, and collection costs accrued over the course of the loan, in addition to your debt.

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