What You Should Know
A tax lien is the government’s way to secure its interest in your assets and facilitate collection of your tax liability. After a lien is properly filed, the government has a right to all of your property, as well as any property or rights to property you acquire thereafter. Once its interest in your property is secured, the government can levy or seize your property as a means of collection. In addition to the prospect of a levy or seizure, taxpayers will often witness a significant decline in their credit score and an increase in difficulty in obtaining a loan or line of credit.
How We Can Help
Although tax liabilities and tax liens often go hand-in-hand, we will help you determine if a lien has been filed, and if not, we will explain what you need to do to prevent one from being filed. In certain circumstances, the government will allow a payment arrangement or a tax settlement without the need for a lien filing. In situations where a lien has already been filed, relief may be granted via a request for a lien discharge or a subordination of the lien under certain conditions. You will also be advised if you qualify for a lien release under the new IRS Fresh Start program. In all cases regarding IRS tax liens, we will ensure your taxpayer rights are protected and, if necessary, file an appeal on your behalf before or after a lien is filed. As former IRS Officers and IRS Auditors, we know how the IRS works and how to protect you and your assets. Request a FREE consultation with our ex-IRS agents here.
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For immediate assistance with tax liens, or another tax matter, contact us today at 1-714-382-6780 for a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL consultation.
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