How can I get the IRS to release a levy when I have not filed my tax returns?

Bad news and good news…

Here’s the bad news: If you have not filed your return and you’re getting levied, the IRS is going to demand you file your return before they agree to release the levy.

Now here’s the good news. By demonstrating that the levy is preventing you from paying your bills, the levy will be released without filing the returns. 

In the case of Vinatieri v. Commissioner, 133 T. C. 892 (2009), the United States Tax Court held that the IRS is required to release levies even if tax returns are not filed as long as the taxpayer can show that the levy is causing economic hardship.

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