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Challenging an IRS Collection Action

Is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) always correct when assessing taxpayers’ tax returns? Of course not. Since IRS agents are human, they can make incorrect decisions or mathematical mistakes. How do you reverse their mistakes? A Collection Appeal allows taxpayers to challenge IRS’s actions regarding the collection of past taxes which may include the placement […]

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A Tax Lien Withdrawal Releases Your Property

There is one more method of negating a tax lien against a property. A Tax Lien Withdrawal removes the Public Notice of Federal Tax Lien from an asset. This makes it easier to sell or refinance a property or asset. Remember that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) places a tax lien on property and/or assets

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Federal Tax Liens Ensure Collection of Tax Debt

So, you owe the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) money for taxes. You do not have the money so you decide not to pay any amount toward the debt. After all, it you do not have money, the IRS cannot collect, right? WRONG! The IRS has the power to place a Federal Tax Lien against all

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