Federal Tax Liens
The Internal Revenue Service routinely files Federal Tax Liens against taxpayers who have unpaid Federal income tax obligations.
A Federal tax lien is a document filed with a county government (usually where the taxpayer lives or conducts business) notifying the general public that the taxpayer has an unpaid Federal income tax debt.
If the property is sold while a lien is in effect, the IRS will be paid out of the sales proceeds even before the taxpayer is paid.
The Internal Revenue Service can be very aggressive in its attempts to collect on a tax debt, whether it is related to personal or business income. Other than Federal Tax Liens, the IRS can legally go into a taxpayer’s bank account and take out money to satisfy a tax debt (known as levying an account).
The taxman can garnish a significant portion of a taxpayer’s income without even bringing sit. Collection methods, such as these can make life miserable for people who may already be struggling to keep a roof over their heads.
If your bank account is being levied by the IRS, or if Federal tax liens have been placed on your property, we can put a stop to it through legal intervention with your Tax Attorney. Tax Attorney John M. Weinberg has helped many people get their financial lives back on track by fighting for taxpayer’s rights,
We can help you remove Federal liens and get a workable plan for all of your debts. While you may owe Federal income taxes, you have rights as a taxpayer that we will aggressively fight to protect. Don’t let the IRS ruin your life – call John M. Weinberg before it is too late.