If you are delinquent in paying back taxes, the IRS or your State might put a lien in place and be able to legally take your house or car away to pay for your tax liabilities. If not resolved in time this can become a serious problem for the taxpayer.
The IRS will file a tax lien if a tax liability has been assessed and a "Notice and Demand for Tax Payment" has been sent. If you refuse to pay or unable to pay off your tax debt within 10 days of receiving the notice, a tax lien might be placed on your assets. Contact us today and talk to a tax specialist. We can help you remove your tax liens.
There is always a way to stop the liens and appeal the process. If you believe the lien have been filed against you in error, or you have reason to believe a lien is not justified you may requires a certificate of Non-attachment and trigger a specific protocol in reversing the filing.
Our professional tax specialists can do this for you so there are not mistakes and your case gets approved. The tax lien is removed and the process is reversed. You then pay your tax debts and resolve your tax problems. Call us today to get started.