Tax Lien Releases

 

Not taking proper actions with your taxes can lead to many problems including liens against your property. A federal tax lien gives the IRS a legal claim to your property as security or payment for your tax debt. These liens are a matter of public record and will appear on your credit report. This can lead to many financial problems including a reduced credit rating, inability to get a loan to buy a house or car, inability to receive a new credit card, or even sign a lease. Luckily, tax liens can be released under certain circumstances allowing you to regain the use of your credit.

A federal tax lien can only be released, discharged, subordinated, or withdrawn after the underlying tax liability has been fully satisfied. This can make it rather difficult to remove under normal circumstances.

Subordinating your lien occurs when your tax lien is made secondary to another lien. If you qualify for a direct debt streamlined installment agreement (i.e. the tax debt is less than $25,000) the lien may be withdrawn.

Our experienced tax professionals constantly conduct negotiations to release wage garnishments, bank account levies, and liens for our clients. We have proudly helped thousands of taxpayers over the years and will provide you with the expertise and compassion needed to help you get out of this difficult situation. Oftentimes, we can get a levy released in as little as 24 hours!

If you are suffering under a tax lien and need it released, contact us today. In your free consultation, we will review your case and establish a strategy for removing your lien.

 

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