The IRS has placed a lien on your property or financial assets. What is your next move? How do you handle this situation? And, most importantly, can you dispute or stop a tax lien? Finding out there is a tax lien on your property – whether real estate, personal property, or financial assets – is… Read more »
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If you owe the IRS in back taxes, the federal agency can assess a tax lien against you for the amount you owe, plus any penalties and interest that you have accrued. This can mean the federal government has a legal claim to your property, and it can remain this way until your tax debt… Read more »
If you can’t pay your tax debt in full, you may still have options for avoiding an IRS tax lien. The IRS allows certain taxpayers to receive a lien withdrawal, lien discharge, or lien subordination.
IRS tax liens interfere with your ability to sell or borrow against your property. If you need to get around the tax lien, you have several options at your disposal. First and foremost, you can eliminate the lien by paying your tax bill in full. However, this may be unrealistic if you owe $25,000,… Read more »
Negotiating a Tax Lien Withdrawal A federal tax lien withdrawal removes the Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) from the public records. You can request a tax lien withdrawal once you’ve paid off your tax debt or as part of your installment agreement negotiations.