Opening a new account must be done carefully Opening an account with the same bank, right after an embargo, is very risky. The bank can freeze the funds at the time of deposit, in accordance with the court's execution order, and then you'll have no luck. As long as you meet the requirements of the bank where you want to open the account, there should be no problem opening a new bank account. However, the fact that this is a new bank account doesn't guarantee that creditors won't find it.
Ask the courts to disclose your new bank information and collect it again. While your collected account is frozen, you can open a new one. Make sure to transfer any automatic bill payments you've set up to the new account so you don't miss any payments and get even more into debt. IRS taxes are usually delivered by mail.
The date and time of delivery of the fee is the time when the fee is considered to have been made. In the case of a bank fee, the funds in the account are frozen as of the date and time the fee is received. Normally, the rate doesn't affect the funds you add to your bank account after the rate date. Bank levies can continue until your debt is fully satisfied and can be used repeatedly.
The IRS can garnish a bank account more than once. When the IRS imposes it on you, it's not a permanent tax, meaning you can deposit money the next day. An IRS bank tax applies to funds once the bank processes the tax. If you make a deposit a few days later, the bank should not freeze it.
The IRS would have to send another tax to the bank, but this is unlikely, since it usually doesn't happen quickly. If a creditor can establish that you have an outstanding debt, they may be able to use a collection action called a bank rate. To initiate a garnishment, creditors will hand over the documents to the bank or financial institution where your account is located. While the bank has a legal obligation to keep these exempt funds at its disposal, even at a bank rate, you don't want to run the risk of a debt collector taking over your Social Security payments or your bank freezing child support payments.
You may be reimbursed for bank charges caused by erroneous taxes by submitting Form 8546, Request for Reimbursement of Bank Fees (PDF), to the IRS address on your copy of the fee. However, if this money is mixed in your account with other money, you'll need to prove which money is exempt from tax and which is not. A bank lien is a tool that creditors can use to seize funds from a debtor's bank account to settle an outstanding debt. Check the requirements, as some banks may not allow you to open an account if you are not a resident of that state.
Unless you file for bankruptcy and legally cancel your debt, debt collectors can continue to harass you endlessly. Any creditor to whom you owe money can garnish your bank account, but can only do so with a court order. To eliminate or raise the rate, you must pay the debt in full or prove that the funds in the account are exempt from the tax. However, you only have 21 days, and if you miss that deadline, your bank will send your money to the IRS.
Knowing what to do if your bank account is collected could prevent the total or partial seizure of your funds. Also, keep in mind that identifying exempt funds can be difficult if you combine deposits from several different sources into a single account. If you can “exempt” the funds your bank raised, the creditor could be forced to return the money to you.