IRS Tax Lien Help from Attorneys, Lawyers & Other Experts
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If you need help dealing with a tax lien and are eager to regain your financial freedom, we can guide you through the steps needed to either prevent a tax lien (if you have received a notice) or have a tax lien withdrawn, subordinated, or discharged. A tax lien is the government’s claim to a taxpayer’s assets to ensure the payment of owed taxes, and the first major step taken by the IRS or state to collect those delinquent taxes.
It is important to be proactive when dealing with a tax lien because ignoring the problem can have devastating financial effects – particularly to your credit score – and will likely lead to harsher collection mechanisms.
Getting Help With a Tax Lien
A tax lien may be imposed for a number of different reasons so the method needed to resolve a lien depends upon a taxpayer’s unique financial and tax situation. Our partner tax team will conduct an in-depth analysis of your financial and tax situation and determine the best plan of action. If you accept the proposed plan, you will be represented through power of attorney, whereby all appropriate tax filings and dealings with the IRS or state taxing agency will be taken care of on your behalf. You will receive updates on the status of your case throughout each step of the process.
Our partner tax team is comprised of tax professionals who have a variety of different backgrounds and areas of expertise, a system built to ensure the proper handling of an assortment of tax problems efficiently and effectively to assure you the most value for your money. Our goal, like yours, is not only to resolve your issues with the IRS or state but also to settle on a resolution that makes sound financial sense and delivers the best possible outcome.
To handle tax liens, the IRS actually prefers to work with tax professionals rather than individual taxpayers. A tax lien is typically filed against a taxpayer after the IRS has made several unsuccessful collection attempts. By hiring a tax professional or signing a power of attorney form, you are showing the IRS or state taxing agency that you are serious about resolving your tax problem, which will, in turn, encourage them to work with you. Tax professionals understand the process – as well as the tax lingo – making it easier on taxing authorities to do their jobs.
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