If you are like many Individuals and families across the country, you may be experiencing tax problems. Whether you owe back taxes to the IRS or need to stop or remove a wage garnishment, tax lien, or bank levy, the good news is that you do have tax relief options available to you that, can not only help put your IRS problems behind you, but quite possibly save thousands of dollars as well. To find out how you can get protect your legal rights and assets and get relief from IRS debt, take a moment now to request your Free Tax Relief Consultation And Settlement Savings Estimate from an experienced tax relief specialist.
Help for IRS Tax Lien
When you owe federal taxes to the IRS or state taxes to an individual state, a tax lien may be filed as an enforcement measure against your name. This tax lien is a public record, which will appear on your credit report, making it very hard for you to sell property or secure a loan for a home, car, or other need. Continue for help with a federal tax lien or state tax lien.
Stop or Remove IRS Tax Levy (Bank or Other Assets)
A bank levy is an aggressive collection measure used by the IRS to collect on back taxes owed. Though a bank levy, your bank account may be frozen, with the funds in your account forwarded to the IRS. Bank levies typically happen because taxpayers ignore or wait too long to respond to IRS collection efforts. Continue for help with an IRS levy or stopping a levy
Stop or Remove Wage Garnishment
A wage garnishment occurs when the IRS sends an official letter to your employer requiring your employer to withhold a large percentage of your paycheck and forward it to the IRS for back taxes owed. Continue for help in avoiding or releasing a wage garnishment.
Help for IRS Payroll Tax Delinquency
When employers fail to properly withhold taxes on behalf of employees, the IRS may seize company assets or the assets of the company's owner or owners. This could include bank accounts, property, or other possessions. Get tax relief assistance now for payroll tax delinquency.
IRS Options for Unpaid Back Taxes
When you owe back taxes to the IRS, you are running risk of several serious collection and enforcement measures commonly used by the IRS, including wage garnishments, bank levies, tax liens, and more. Ignoring tax problems won't make them go away, they will likely get worse until they destroy your finances. Fortunately, tax relief is available that can get the IRS off your back, remove tax stress from your life, and quite possibly save you thousands of dollars as well. Get a free tax relief consultation now for unpaid back taxes.
Interest and/or Penalties on Back Taxes
When you owe back taxes to the IRS, the late payment fees and interest assessed by the IRS can be extraordinarily high. Penalties assessed for failure to file, failure to pay or failure to deposit can quickly add up to the point that you owe double, or more, of what you originally owed. Tax relief can help to waive, or abate, penalties and interest - saving taxpayers thousands of dollars. Continue for Tax Penalty or Tax Abatement Relief
IRS Collection Letters
If you have received an IRS collection letter, the worse thing you can do is to ignore it. If you do, be prepared to get a follow-up letter that is even more serious - such as a notice of intent to levy your bank account, or garnish your wages. Continue for a list of common IRS letters and for help responding to an IRS collection letter.
Are you experiencing tax problems? Get help before the IRS takes serious action!
The IRS among collection agencies has a unique and preferential status. They are not legally required, as are other entities, to file a civil law suit before obtaining a legal judgment against you. All they have to do is calculate the tax debt you owe, serve you with proper notice of the debt, send you collection letters, and finally begin taking collection action against you.
The IRS is an extremely powerful agency that should not be ignored.
If you ignore collection action taken by IRS they may place a lien against your property, seize your bank account and the money in your bank account, or garnish your wages.
Get your Free Tax Relief Consultation And Settlement Savings Estimate - today!