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Need CP 297A Help?

CP 297A is a letter notifying you that the IRS has issued a Levy against your assets. This allows them to seize your property (i.e., wages, real estate, bank accounts). Additionally, this notice informs you that the IRS is not giving you a pre-levy hearing since you have requested one within the last two years.

Getting Relief From a CP 297A

If you need help with your CP 297A notice, The Tax Relief Center can connect you to experienced and proven tax relief specialists and lawyers who can help you get relief.

To see how tax relief specialists can help you with a CP 297A, fill out a simple form Free Tax Relief Consultation!

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In order to prevent the IRS from seizing your property, you must pay them what you owe within 30 days--or enter into an installment agreement, propose an Offer in Compromise or file a Form 12153 , Request for a Collection Due Process or Equivalent Hearing, to appeal the levy action.

What types of assets can the IRS seize from you? Federal payments owed to you, such as contractor vendor payments, OPM retirement benefits, Social Security benefits, salary, or employee travel advances or reimbursements are at risk because you have a balance due on your tax account.

In addition, the IRS can seize (levy) rights to property, including real estate, bank accounts, wages, automobiles, business assets, commissions, and other income.

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Why worry over the complications of CP 297A? Simply see how tax relief can help you, with a Free Tax Relief Consultation!

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The Tax Relief Center will connect you to experienced tax relief specialists and lawyers in your area for a Free Tax Relief Consultation!

Note: The Tax Relief Center will connect you to experienced tax relief specialists and lawyers in your area for a Free Tax Relief Consultation.

Owe IRS Back Taxes? (Now Serving Residents in All 50 States)
Before Contacting the IRS, Know Your Settlement Options

IMPORTANT: Why is it so important to get an independent review of your legal tax relief options? When you call the IRS frontline collectors directly, you are typically contacting an IRS tax collector whose job is to collect information from you in order to collect on your debt. In fairness, that is their job. However, you may be facing a personal or business hardship that needs to be taken into full consideration. It's important to be apprised in advance of your legal tax relief options.

When you call the Tax Relief Helpline, you will be speaking with a BBB-A-Rated tax resolution specialist whose job it is to listen to you, understand your current situation and determine if existing tax code can be applied to help resolve your IRS debt as quickly and reasonably as possible, in a way that allows you to move on with your life and not only remove stress but quite possibly, save you a substantial amount of money as well!

"What we do is we do a very good job of helping them (taxpayers) see what their rights are according to the law and also help them to see a light at the end of the tunnel even though that the IRS can be a threatening organization, there are ways that taxpayers can be protected and get things solved with the help of experts."

— David S., Tax Resolution Specialist
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