Monday, February 11, 2013

IRS TAX PROBLEMS?? FEDERAL TAX LIENS www.advancetaxrelief.net

A lien is a legal claim against all of a taxpayer’s current and future property. When a taxpayer doesn’t pay the first bill for taxes due, a lien is created by law and attached to the taxpayer’s property. It applies to property, such as a home and car, and to any current and future rights the taxpayer has to the property.

Notice of Federal Tax Lien: A Notice of Federal Tax Lien... gives public notice to creditors. The IRS files the Notice of Federal Tax Lien to establish the priority of claim versus the claim of other creditors. The Notice of Federal Tax Lien if filed with local or state authorities, such as county registers of deed or Secretary of State Offices.

If a Notice of Federal Tax Lien if filed against a taxpayer, it’s often reported by consumer credit reporting agencies. This can have a negative effect on a taxpayer’s credit rating and it difficult to receive credit.

Appealing a Notice of Federal Tax Lien: Within five business days of filing the Notice of Federal Tax Lien, the IRS will send the taxpayer a Notice of Your Right to a collection due process hearing. The taxpayer will have until the date shown on the notice to request a collection due process hearing with the Office of Appeals.

If you received a notice of Federal Tax Lien, contact us today.

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