What Happens If You Die While in Tax Debt?

July 28, 2016

As much as you may not want to think about it, death cannot be avoided. But what happens to the debt of the deceased? Will you, for instance, be held responsible for your parents’ debt after they die? Is it possible to pass on your own debt to your children? When you pass away, your…
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How to Prevent and Remove a Tax Lien

July 12, 2016

Liens are routinely filed by the Internal Revenue Service against taxpayers with unpaid tax obligations. A federal tax lien is a document filed with a county government, typically where you, the taxpayer, either lives or conducts business. A lien notifies the public that you have unpaid federal tax debt. Tax liens attach to your property….
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What Types of Debt Are Subject to Wage Garnishment?

July 1, 2016

Wage garnishment, also referred to as wage attachment, is a government agency or court order that requires an employer to withhold a specific amount of money from your wages and give it straight to the institution or individual you owe money to until your debt is paid off. State and federal garnishment limits and the…
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