Yes, they can garnish all of a checking or savings account.
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Yes -- and they will do so until they get all of their money, plus interest. You ought to try and negotiate a resolution pronto -- that can save you some dough. An attorney could try to pull that off for you for a few hundred bucks.
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the IRS is using private companies for tax collections, but these still have the authority of the IRS when it comes to garnishing accounts, best to work out a payment plan or discuss alternatives with a tax attorneyAsk a similar question