If the tax on your salary is creating immediate economic difficulties, the tax must be released. If a lien is being created on your bank account or other account. Immediately contact the IRS at the phone number listed on the tax or in the correspondence and explain your financial situation. If the lien on your bank account or other account is creating immediate economic difficulties, the lien may be released.
Contact the IRS right away to resolve your tax liability and request a tax exemption. The IRS can also release a lien if it determines that the lien is causing immediate economic hardship. If the IRS denies your request to release the tax, you can appeal this decision. You can appeal before or after the IRS imposes a lien on your salary, bank account, or other assets.
Once the tax revenues have been sent to the IRS, you can file a claim to have them returned to you. You can also appeal the IRS's denial of your request to return the seized assets. For a full explanation of your appeal rights, see Publication 1660, Collection Appeal Rights (PDF). For the IRS to determine if a lien is causing economic hardship, it will generally need you to provide financial information, so be prepared to provide it to them when you call.
As part of the accepted offer agreement, the IRS will keep any refunds, including interest, of taxes due until the date the IRS accepts the offer.