Final Notice of Intent to Levy

If you have received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with the following caption in bold "Final Notice of Intent To Levy" you have about thirty days to prevent the IRS from levying your wages or bank account. 

Levying your wages or bank account is the IRS's last resort to convince you to comply with your obligation to file your tax return and pay your tax.

If you have received a "FInal Notice of Intent To Levy" notice do not delay you must act quicly to preserve your rights. 

Once the "Final Notice of Intent To Levy" starts it will not stop until your debt is paid,  your bank accounts will be cleaned out by the IRS if they know where you bank.

John Folson, CPA, P.A.  represents Taxpayers in all 50 states to resolve tax problems with the IRS.  Please call (954) 519-2528 to speak to a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) for a free consultation to find out your options or send us an e-mail at

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