tax liens: Richardson TX - When the IRS will subordinate another lender - 07/12/19 10:48 AM
When taxpayer’s come into my office in Richardson, TX related to IRS tax debt problems, IRS Liens are often the major issue they are working to resolve, and taxpayers want to know how to get rid of an IRS lien.
There are two types of IRS liens:
General or “Silent Lien” which is automatic by statute. No one including the taxpayer is notified. A Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) which is publicly filed The NFTL is what causes pain to the Taxpayer, harming their ability to access credit and transfer assets. When an IRS lien is filed, in most cases, … (0 comments)

tax liens: Richardson TX- Why Every Parent Should File a Lien against their child - 06/30/19 09:59 AM
As a parent, today’s topic may sound a bit crazy to you, but it can be a critical tool for protection for taxpayers who end up with IRS problems. In particular, it could impact those adult taxpayers that have received loans from parents or spouses to purchase a business or some other asset. Many parents can’t imagine filing a lien against their child, thinking, I trust my child, but even if they didn’t pay me back, I would never consider taking their assets, and I don’t want them to think that I don’t trust them. Considering that, why would I ever … (2 comments)

tax liens: Richardson TX - How To Get Rid of an IRS Tax Lien - 05/19/19 09:26 AM
When taxpayer’s come into my office in Richardson, TX related to IRS tax debt problems, IRS Liens are often the major issue they are working to resolve, and taxpayers want to know how to get rid of an IRS lien. 
 
As mentioned in a previous blog, there are two types of liens –
General or “Silent Lien” – automatic by statute.  No one including the taxpayer is notified. A Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) – publicly filed  
The NFTL is what causes pain to the Taxpayer, harming their ability to access credit and transfer assets.  The IRS is permitted to … (0 comments)

tax liens: Richardson TX - The Notice of Federal Tax Lien and the IRS - 05/17/19 10:48 AM
When taxpayer’s come into my office in Richardson, TX related to IRS tax debt issues, threat of or Notice of a Federal Tax Lien is one of the major reasons. Taxpayers often don’t understand the process, how a Tax Lien impacts them, and what they can do to avoid one or remove one. This is one in a series of articles discussing the IRS Tax Lien.
 
 
The Types of Liens
There are two types of liens that Congress has authorized the IRS to use under Section 6321 of the Internal Revenue Code, to use when a taxpayer is liable to pay any … (0 comments)

tax liens: Richardson TX - What is the IRS "Silent Lien"? - 05/15/19 01:21 PM
When taxpayer’s come into my office in Richardson, TX related to IRS tax debt issues, one of the major reasons is that either they fear a lien or have received a Notice of Federal Tax Lien. Taxpayers often don’t understand the process, how a Tax Lien impacts them, and what they can do to avoid one or remove one. This is one in a series of articles discussing the IRS Tax Lien.
  
The Types of Liens
There are two types of liens that Congress has authorized the IRS to use under Section 6321 of the Internal Revenue Code, to use when a … (0 comments)

tax liens: Richardson TX - What is a Collection Due Process Hearing with the IRS - 04/21/19 04:41 PM
he two main avenues of collection activities by the IRS is through 1) the NTFL (Notice of Federal Tax Lien), and 2) levies including bank levies and wage garnishments. Whenever the government files a Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) or issues a final notice of threat to levy, the taxpayer has 30 days to request a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing with an appeals officer.
 
In order to do so, the Taxpayer will file IRS Form 12153, Request For a Collection Due Process or Equivalent Hearing. It is important to file Form 12153 properly or it will be rejected.
 
There … (0 comments)

tax liens: Richardson TX - Who says you can't sell your home with a Tax Lien? - 03/13/19 06:00 AM
I have clients come into my Richardson, TX tax office wanting to sell their homes but believing that they are unable to due to an IRS lien filed against it.
 
The good news is that not only can you sell your home, but the IRS will be happy to allow you to sell your home, as long as it does not negatively impact them. The IRS will not permit the home owner to walk away with money that could have been received by the government.
 
Let’s walk through a few scenario’s to illustrate what would happen in a sale on a … (2 comments)

 
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