irs tax lien: IRS Tax Lien Subordination in Stamford, Connecticut: Having the IRS agree to subordinate its lien for a new creditor may not be as taxing as you thought! - 10/26/11 03:50 PM
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 will … (0 comments)

irs tax lien: IRS Tax Lien withdrawals in Hartford, Connecticut: How do I have the IRS withdraw its tax lien? - 05/31/11 03:54 PM
<!--StartFragment--> We frequently represent clients who have a federal tax lien for outstanding IRS federal tax debt who want to have the lien withdrawn.
The IRS files its federal tax lien to protect its interest in the taxpayer’s current assets and any after-acquired assets (meaning those assets the taxpayer purchases or comes into after-the-fact).  The IRS will agree to withdraw (or remove) its federal tax lien where the taxpayer can demonstrate that the IRS Collection situation will improve by the removal of the tax lien. 
When we handle these situations for taxpayers we are required to demonstrate why the removal … (0 comments)

irs tax 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 tax lien: Real Estate Sale IRS Lien: Helping clients sell their property with an IRS Lien in Hartford, CT - 03/06/10 08:28 AM
Are you trying to work with someone to sell real estate who has an IRS lien attached to it?  This is not an uncommon situation, and will only become more common as the 2009 income tax returns roll into the IRS this year.
As of December 31, 2008, more than 9.2 million taxpayers were in the IRS Collection Division inventory!  What makes this number more incredible is that the inventory number reported by the IRS as of December 31, 2008 includes only the returns filed at that time: 2007 and prior.
We represent a number of taxpayers sent to us by … (1 comments)

irs tax 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)

irs tax lien: HOW TO DEAL WITH AN IRS LIEN IN HARTFORD, CT - 02/14/10 06:17 AM
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A question that frequently comes up is How to Deal with an IRS Lien in Hartford, CT?
IRS Lien Basics
When taxpayers file a tax return the IRS will process that return and assess the tax liability based upon the information provided by the taxpayer.  They will then apply the taxpayer’s payments and withholding against the liability.  Ten days after the date of assessment a lien arises automatically by statute in favor of the IRS.
This lien, referred to as a hidden lien because there is no public notice given by the government, attaches to all of the taxpayer’s property, … (0 comments)

 
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