irs lien: IRS Tax Lien Subordination in Hartford, Connecticut: Having the IRS agree to subordinate its lien for a new creditor may not be as taxing as you thought! - 05/31/11 03:52 PM
<!--StartFragment--> We frequently represent clients who have a federal tax lien for outstanding IRS federal tax debt and can now obtain financing from a new creditor who insists the IRS subordinate its lien to their lien.
The IRS often agrees to a subordination, which means that it will agree, in writing, to allow another creditor to lend money to the taxpayer and have that lenders lien take priority over the existing IRS tax lien.  Inn order to obtain a subordination, we make a written request with very specific information that demonstrates how the IRS’s ability to collect the old tax debt … (0 comments)

irs lien: Connecticut Nominee Liens: Parking Assets in another's name? Beware the IRS Nominee Lien - 09/25/10 02:57 PM
You're in Connecticut and not worried about the IRS collection letters because your assets are in somebody else's name?  You may not be home free just yet: welcome top the dreaded Nominee Lien!
A Nominee Lien is a lien that is filed against a third party by the IRS when a taxpayer who owes money to the IRS has assets titled in other people's names.  A common instance of this arises when a husband is the sole wage earner paying all of the bills yet the house is titled in the wife's name. 
If the IRS Revenue officer (Collection) believes that the … (0 comments)

irs lien: BUILD A TAX PRACTICE: WHY HANDLE IRS COLLECTION MATTERS? - 04/25/10 12:45 PM
If you're a CPA or Enrolled Agent (EA) and looking to build a tax practice or expand your current practice, consider representing taxpayers before the IRS collection division.
Why handle IRS Collection matters?
Unlike tax returns IRS Collection matters are going on year-round.  The IRS Collection Division has no busy season.  It simply has nearly 10 million taxpayers who owe it money and it needs to pursue these cases; Unlike tax return preparation, this is a field that is growing.  The professional return preparation business has had virtually no growth in recent years.  IRS Collection cases are up 54!  IRS Liens … (0 comments)

irs lien: 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)

 
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