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If you are suffering from financial hardship, you have the right to stop the IRS from issuing levy on your paycheck or bank account. If you are suffering from financial hardship and have no disposable income left at the end of each month, the IRS will consent to placing your account on a Non Collectible status and stop all collection activity. Your Non-Collectible status remains active for as long as you are experiencing financial hardship, and if 10 years go by from the tax assessment date of your tax debt, the tax liability expires under the statute of limitations.