Do you owe back taxes to the IRS? Is the North Dakota state government pushing you to pay off your tax debt? A professional tax debt resolution expert can review your financial situation and determine the best possible solutions to deal with your tax debt problems.
If you have been ignoring tax notices from the state and federal government, you may have to face consequences such as:
Tax bills with late fines and interest charges that keep accruing till you pay the taxes in full
Tax lien imposed on your property, such as real estate or motor vehicles
Tax levy on your assets, which allows the government to sell it and use the proceeds toward paying off your tax debt.
When you choose Tax Defense Partners to deal with your tax debt problems, you can expect us to:
If you have been receiving tax notices from the government or your business tax return is being audited, you should consider hiring a tax debt attorney. He/she has years of experience in dealing with complex state and federal tax laws, and you can leverage their expertise for an effective tax debt settlement.
The IRS can seize monthly paychecks, dividends and commissions. It can also levy your personal bank account, retirement accounts, federal retirement annuity income, your car, house, and other types of properties.
Stay on top of all required tax filings to avoid a tax-related wage garnishment. If you owe back taxes to the state and the IRS, pay them off. If you cannot afford to do so, consider hiring a tax debt professional for help. Based on your financial and tax situation, there are various tax debt relief options available to help settle back taxes. As long as you inform the relevant authorities about your plans to pay off the tax debt, and stick to it, they won’t garnish your wages.