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IRS Taking Your Wages?
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What to do when you are worried about IRS Tax Liens
The most useful advice if you are worried about IRS Tax Liens is to resolve the tax debt problem before the IRS has a chance to file a lien on your property. If you already have an IRS tax lien filed, you won’t get it lifted until you resolve the tax debt problem. Either way, Tax Defense Partners can help you with this.
A tax lien is a public legal notice that the IRS (or State income tax authority) has a formal claim against the asset named in the lien, whether bank account, real estate, equipment, or any other valuable asset. The lien tells the world that the IRS intends to get paid first. This makes it very difficult, if not impossible, to sell the asset to a third party and the mere existence of tax liens says you are a credit risk. It’s important to take action to avoid liens, and to get them lifted as quickly as possible if they are attached to one or more of our assets.