Federal Tax Liens
Can the IRS Place Federal Tax Liens on your Property, and if so, What do you do?
If you do not pay your income tax, the IRS has the right to place lien against your assets, including your home that you own. Having IRS Liens placed against your assets can hurt you in a number of ways. Banks and creditors will be less willing to extend credit to you, and if they do, it will often be at a much higher rate.
The good news is that you can work with the IRS to resolve IRS Liens placed against your assets as well as IRS problems in general and We Can Help!
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