Tax Liens
& Levies

Strategic planning to protect your assets

If you owe back taxes or are delinquent on your payments, the IRS has the authority to put a lien or a levy on your assets, property, bank accounts and even garnish your wages to satisfy the debt. However, with proper tax resolution planning you can either avoid these steps or release and remove any action taken by the taxing authorities.

Tax Levies

The IRS has the legal ability to levy your wages, property, bank accounts, and even your retirement accounts. We can work with them to find a better way to pay off your tax debt. You should never ignore a letter from the IRS, instead contact us immediate and we will begin to negotiate with the IRS on your behalf. When you contact the IRS through a CPA, it suggests that you are trying to resolve the matter quickly and are acting in good faith to resolve the problem.

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Tax Liens

If the IRS notifies you of taxes owed and you fail to pay place a claim on your property or even seize your property in order to collect taxes that you owe. A lien attaches to all your property such as your house, car and wages and your bank accounts. Also, tax liens can hurt your credit score and keep you from getting a mortgage or car loan. We know how to get a lien released so it will be removed from your credit report.

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Wage Garnishment

Wage garnishment is when the IRS notifies your employer that you have unpaid tax debt. Your employer is then obligated to send part of your wages to the IRS to satisfy your tax debt. Can you afford to live on only part of your paycheck? Contact us immediately and we will help you work with the IRS to potentially work out an arrangement to settle your debt and have the wage garnishment removed.

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