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Old 09-25-2013, 05:10 PM
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Angry Didnt Work And Had A Fraud Case Now I Owe Or Intent To Levy

I also received a notice of intent to levy in the mail regarding my 2011 tax return except I wasnt working that year at all but I requested my 2010 return that year just for my own records since I lost my originals after the box they were in were left out in the rain so, I went to the IRS website to request a transcript, I printed out the form, filled it out and sent it by mail, maybe 2 weeks later I got a response from the IRS saying that my home address was incorrect and they could not provide me with any of the information I tried to request, they sent my original form back to me along with a change of address form and the reason why they could not help me. By the time I lost all patience and said "forget it" it was already early August 2012 and someone out there was collecting under my name but I couldnt start to fix it because "the address you filed with is not the same as what you're saying now" I was stuck so I gave up then around 2 months later my car was broken into and a lot of my car registration papers, previous court papers that had my SSN on them were stolen, I put a freeze on my credit report the next day and I have all my Equifax and Trans Union documents proving it ....anyway fast forward to maybe February 2013 I receive a notice telling me that I needed to provide my W2's because my return didnt add up but I hadnt even filed yet, I did work only 3 months in 2012 but I got this notice before I filed then a notice from the state saying the employer on my return denied that I worked there so I was not going to get a return, I dont know where this was coming from so I found this site online that was able to give me my transcript as long I provide my AGI for 2 past tax returns, so I did and I finally had my transcript. The address used for both my 2011 and 2012 returns was one I never lived at and top it off one of these was no more than a mile from me, one month later another notice saying they had verified my identity theft claim and I did not need to do anything and they would be contacting me soon, this was May 6th now its September 25th 2013 and I was contacted by the irs 3 days ago with A NOTICE OF INTENT TO LEVY, INTENT TO SEIZE YOUR PROPERTY OR RIGHTS TO PROPERTY and I have until October 10, 2013 to pay $2500 which I dont have because I still havent worked. I called and dont get any real human only a machine can someone please tell me if this makes sense or do I have a tiny chance of actually being excused due to the fraud thing....thanks in advance.



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Old 09-26-2013, 01:55 AM
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I also received a notice of intent to levy in the mail regarding my 2011 tax return except I wasnt working that year at all but I requested my 2010 return that year just for my own records since I lost my originals after the box they were in were left out in the rain so, I went to the IRS website to request a transcript, I printed out the form, filled it out and sent it by mail, maybe 2 weeks later I got a response from the IRS saying that my home address was incorrect and they could not provide me with any of the information I tried to request, they sent my original form back to me along with a change of address form and the reason why they could not help me. By the time I lost all patience and said "forget it" it was already early August 2012 and someone out there was collecting under my name but I couldnt start to fix it because "the address you filed with is not the same as what you're saying now" I was stuck so I gave up then around 2 months later my car was broken into and a lot of my car registration papers, previous court papers that had my SSN on them were stolen, I put a freeze on my credit report the next day and I have all my Equifax and Trans Union documents proving it ....anyway fast forward to maybe February 2013 I receive a notice telling me that I needed to provide my W2's because my return didnt add up but I hadnt even filed yet, I did work only 3 months in 2012 but I got this notice before I filed then a notice from the state saying the employer on my return denied that I worked there so I was not going to get a return, I dont know where this was coming from so I found this site online that was able to give me my transcript as long I provide my AGI for 2 past tax returns, so I did and I finally had my transcript. The address used for both my 2011 and 2012 returns was one I never lived at and top it off one of these was no more than a mile from me, one month later another notice saying they had verified my identity theft claim and I did not need to do anything and they would be contacting me soon, this was May 6th now its September 25th 2013 and I was contacted by the irs 3 days ago with A NOTICE OF INTENT TO LEVY, INTENT TO SEIZE YOUR PROPERTY OR RIGHTS TO PROPERTY and I have until October 10, 2013 to pay $2500 which I dont have because I still havent worked. I called and dont get any real human only a machine can someone please tell me if this makes sense or do I have a tiny chance of actually being excused due to the fraud thing....thanks in advance.
Receiving anotice of intent intent to levy notice from the IRS can be scary since it likely means that something has gone terribly wrong with your taxes and that you have yet to do anything to fix that problem. While this is clearly not a good situation, you may be able to get back into the good graces of the IRS if you make the right moves and handle the intent to levy carefully to ensure that things do not progress any further.An intent to levy notice does not mean that the IRS is going to show up at your house, kick you out and take your belongings, but it does mean that you’ve ignored past notices to delinquent taxes and that the IRS is now becoming very serious about collecting.A tax levy is a way for the IRS to take what you owe since you are unwilling to pay them on your own. In most cases, the IRS will levy your bank account in addition to levying your wages, social security, and other assets. A tax lien may also be attached to your home in conjunction with a tax levy.The best way to prevent a tax levy is to contact the IRS so that you can come to an agreement on how you will pay back the taxes that you owe. You can set up an IRS installment agreement or submit an offer in compromise to slow down the levy process - and possibly even stop it in its tracks - once you begin to pay your back taxes.As long as you are willing to work with the IRS to find a solution as opposed to hiding from them . it is a safe bet that you will never have to worry about finding an letter of intent to levy notice in your mailbox. If you do not pay your taxes (or make arrangements to settle your debt):The government can seize and sell property that you hold (such as your car, boat, or house), orThe government can levy property that is yours but is held by someone else (such as your wages, retirement accounts, dividends, bank accounts, rental income, accounts receivables, the cash value of your life insurance, or commissions). If a levy is placed on your bank account, the levy attaches the funds that have cleared and are available for withdrawal. The bank must wait until 21 days after a levy is received before sending the money. The holding period allows you time to resolve any dispute about account ownership, or get professional advice on your situation.After 21 days, the bank must send the money, plus, if applicable, any interest earned on that amount. To cease enforced collection, you,as said previously, must work with the taxing authority by presenting a reasonable resolution and working toward fixing the tax problems.



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Old 09-26-2013, 11:35 AM
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Re: Didnt Work And Had A Fraud Case Now I Owe Or Intent To Levy

Thanks for the advice, basically what you're saying is regardless of the fraud thing and my cooperation so far plus the fact that I was having difficulties trying to fix this problem due to the fraud info on these returns......... I have to pay for money or returns I never submitted? or basically what it all boils down to is that "Im pretty much f#%@$d" either way I try to go about it..... right?
excuse my terminology but its frustrating finding out you're in so much BS due to someone you never even knew about pretending to be you for their own benefit.
Thanks again.



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Old 09-26-2013, 01:18 PM
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I have to pay for money or returns I never submitted? or basically what it all boils down to is that "Im pretty much f#%@$d" either way I try to go about it..... right?:
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Sorry it is my bad.Agreed;as you think that the IRS is mistaken in attempting to collect wrong taxes from you , please call the IRS to let them know of it. The IRS or taxpayer advocate service can help yu stop collections and prevent a levy if there was a mistake made about your tax liability.
Please visit the IRS website for more info.Contact a Local Taxpayer Advocate
NOTE;ALSO in general, a tax attorney can file an appeal with the IRS, giving you a real chance to put the levy to rest. If the appeal isn’t approved, you and your attorney have the choice to go to tax court.OR I guess yu need to contact your CPA in your local area and if you do not have one, you need to retain a competent CPA who is familiar with your particular situation and handle it.Good luck~



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