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    Category: Tax Liens

    What to Expect If You Receive IRS Notice CP14

    3 June, 2023 | Tax Issues Tax Levy Tax Liens Tax Relief

    If you don't pay your tax bill, you will eventually receive notice CP14. As of May 2023, the IRS has announced that it is going to be sending out millions of these notices. This is part of the agency's plan to ramp up collection activities after going relatively dormant during the COVID pandemic and its aftermath. The agency also plans to start sending more CP501 notices from its automated collection system. What does this m... CONTINUE READING

    IRS federal tax lien release and discharge rules

    1 March, 2023 | Tax Liens

    Background An IRS tax lien is a kind of security interest granted over a property to secure payment of the debt. We can assist with obtaining a Release a Federal Tax Lien. A tax lien on a property is imposed to secure payment of tax debt. A tax lien may be imposed against delinquent taxes against property or on account of failure to pay taxes. In the United States a federal tax lien may be raised in connection with any kind of federal tax. IRS can have a legal claim to your prop... CONTINUE READING

    Filing of Tax Lien Notice

    30 November, 2017 | Tax Liens

    Filing of Tax Lien Notice When a taxpayer owes the IRS, they may the question, Is there a tax attorney near me? The tax laws create a tax lien that needs to be satisfied before it is extinguished. When balances owed reach certain limits, and after the IRS demands that you pay the tax debt, and the tax debt remains unpaid, the Internal Revenue Service will file a public notice that the tax lien exists. The notice is called Notice of Filing of Tax Lien (NFT... CONTINUE READING

    How a Federal Tax Lien affects you.

    6 October, 2013 | Tax Liens

    How a Federal Tax Lien affects you A federal tax lien may be a serious consequence resulting from a failure to pay taxes. If a taxpayer fails to pay overdue taxes within ten days of receiving notice from the IRS of the unpaid taxes due, a tax lien can result. The lien is placed on all of the taxpayer’s property including both their real estate and personal prop... CONTINUE READING

    How Far Back Can the IRS Go for Unfiled Taxes?

    Title: How Far Back Can the IRS Go for Unfiled Taxes? Meta description: The IRS can go back an unlimited amount of time for unfiled tax returns. Don't wait for the agency to find you. Be proactive about dealing with back taxes. How Far Back Can the IRS Go for Unfi...