In cases of seriously overdue tax liabilities, DOR may send the taxpayer a Notice of Intent to Levy. The taxpayer has 10 days to respond to the levy notice by submitting a payment, entering into a payment agreement or appealing the assessment. If the taxpayer does not respond, DOR may seize the taxpayer’s bank account(s), garnish the taxpayer’s wages, intercept the taxpayer’s state and /or federal tax refund or other payments, or turn the case over to a private collection agency.

Sample Intent to Levy pdf format of Notice of Intent to Levy Sample

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