internal revenue service: IRS Levy in Stamford Connecticut: Dealing with an IRS bank levy in Stamford, Connecticut. - 10/26/11 03:34 PM
We frequently represent taxpayers who live in the Stamford, Connecticut area and other areas of Connecticut who have had the IRS levy their bank accounts or other assets, seizing assets and wreaking havoc on their business and personal lives. The number one priority for these taxpayers is having the IRS levy released.  Next is avoiding another IRS levy.
We handle these issues all the time, and the first thing taxpayers should realize is that an IRS bank levy is not a continuing levy, meaning it only attaches to those assets the taxpayer owns at that moment.  For instance, if the IRS … (0 comments)

internal revenue service: HOW TO HAVE AN IRS LIEN SUBORDINATED IN HARTFORD, CT - 02/14/10 06:33 AM
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Once the IRS has filed its lien to secure its interest, many taxpayers come to our office trying to sort out How to Have an IRS Lien Subordinated in Hartford, CT. 
There are a number of options for dealing with the IRS Lien, including instances where taxpayers may be able to borrow money from a third party and want to know How to Have an IRS Lien Subordinated in Hartford, CT.
In instances where a third party lender may be willing to lend money to the taxpayer, and where the taxpayer can demonstrate that by allowing the third party lender … (0 comments)

internal revenue service: AN IRS LEVY IN HARTFORD, CT: What should I do? - 02/13/10 10:53 PM
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A question that frequently comes up in my practice is what to do about an IRS Levy in Hartford, CT?
When a taxpayer fails to respond to IRS requests for either missing tax return or to provide financial information to help settle an outstanding tax debt, the IRS frequently resorts to enforced collection activities, ie. levy.
A levy is literally the taking, or seizing, of a taxpayer’s property or income.  There are 2 types of levies: a regular levy and a continuous levy.  So what should you do about an IRS Levy in Hartford, CT?
A regular levy is a … (0 comments)

internal revenue service: HOW TO RELEASE AN IRS BANK LEVY IN GLASTONBURY, CT? - 02/13/10 10:45 PM
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Often the first contact our firm has with a new client is when they come in to finds out how to release an IRS Bank Levy in Glastonbury, CT?
The IRS will resort to issuing a bank levy when the taxpayer fails to respond to IRS requests for either missing tax return or to provide financial information. 
A levy, which is literally the taking or seizing of a taxpayer’s property or income can be extremely intrusive and cause other financial distress when checks previously mail bounce when the funds are seized by the IRS.  So what do you need to … (0 comments)

 
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