What Properties Are Exempt From Seizure?

December 8, 2016

Are you behind on paying your taxes? Taxpayers who are unable to pay their taxes can expect to receive a series of notices in the mail, accompanied by a detailed set of instructions outlining their taxpayer rights. Exemption issues can generally be resolved easily, but taxpayers with large balances on their returns can eventually face…
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How Do I Stop the IRS From Seizing My Property?

August 9, 2016

The IRS utilizes various tools and collection activities to collect unpaid taxes, such as a tax levy. Examples of tax levies are the seizure of wages, bank deposits, commissions, tax refunds, homes, cars, and other assets with value. The most drastic and uncommon form of tax levy is the seizure of the taxpayer’s property or…
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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 is the Difference Between a Tax Lien and a Tax Levy?

July 24, 2015

What is the Difference Between a Tax Lien and a Tax Levy? A federal tax lien and a tax levy are two powerful tools used by the IRS to collect back taxes. Although the two are often discussed together, each gives the IRS different rights against you. While the tax lien provides the IRS security…
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Stopping an IRS Tax Levy

April 7, 2015

How Do You Stop An IRS Tax Levy?            If you’ve received a notice of intent to levy from the IRS or know that it is possible for a levy to take effect in the near future, it is crucial that you take action as soon as possible in order to prevent the IRS from seizing…
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