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Call Scott Allen E.A. if you have filed a bankruptcy and now own a home with an IRS Tax Lien that has survived the bankruptcy

Wow, what a surprise it is for clients to find out that their Mesa, AZ IRS tax debt was discharged but the IRS tax lien is still attached to their home.  The good news is that if your home doesn’t have any equity right after the bankruptcy is completed, Scott Allen E.A. can petition the IRS to release the Maricopa County IRS tax lien.  If you have equity, then the options to protect that equity requires the expertise of someone who knows each of those options and can advise you which one would is the best one for you to pursue.

It is amazing how many taxpayers go to a bankruptcy attorney and were never told that the IRS tax lien would survive the bankruptcy and still be attached to their home.  And most bankruptcy attorneys do not advise their clients who have no equity in their homes how to get the IRS tax lien released after bankruptcy.

If you have questions on this issue, contact Scott Allen E.A. of Mesa AZ for a free consultation to see what your options are and what he can do for you.  Scott can be reached at 480-926-9300.  Let Scott make today a great day for you!

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Mesa AZ IRS Tax Attorney when I have filed a bankruptcy when I own a home and have an IRS tax lien?

First, dealing with a Maricopa County IRS Tax lien is not a legal matter.

But let’s back up and make sure of the circumstances surrounding your bankruptcy.  When a taxpayer files a bankruptcy and has met all the criteria for discharging taxes in a bankruptcy, the tax debt is considered removed.  However, if there was an IRS tax lien filed prior to the bankruptcy and the taxpayer owns a home with equity, the IRS tax lien is still attached against the home for the amount of the equity.  If the taxpayer sells the house before the statute of limitations expires, the IRS is entitled to that equity at the close of escrow.  If however, there is no equity in the home at the time of the bankruptcy, the taxpayer has the option of requesting that the tax lien be removed.

It is critical to get a certified appraisal on the home at the time the bankruptcy is discharged, so that the value of the home is provable if there is a dispute with the IRS.  Waiting several years and expecting the IRS to accept that you had no equity in the home may be difficult to prove.  If you want the Maricopa County IRS tax lien to be removed it is best to do it as soon as possible after the bankruptcy has discharged the IRS tax debt.

Scott Allen E.A. has the expertise to advise you on these matters.  He has seen many clients who were not advised by their Mesa AZ bankruptcy attorney that the lien would survive the bankruptcy and attach to their home.  Very few attorney bankruptcy clients were even advised what to do when they had no equity in their home after their bankruptcy was over.  If you have questions on this matter, contact Scott Allen E.A. in Mesa AZ for a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  There is still hope even if you had equity in your home, to prevent the IRS from using that equity against your IRS debt.

 

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Scott Allen E.A. will keep all Tempe AZ IRS Tax Information Confidential

As part of his ethical requirements being an Enrolled Agent (E.A.), Scott Allen E.A. will keep all tax information completely confidential.  On rare occasions, clients who have committed a criminal act ask us if we can help them.  We immediately refer them to a criminal IRS attorney.  This has only happened 3 or 4 times in since 1977.  So the Attorney-Client Privilege is not an issue in virtually 100% of our clients.  We have resolved over 102,000 IRS tax debts and Attorney-Client Privilege was not an issue in a single case.

So your next step is to find the right person in Tempe AZ with the right expertise to help you resolve your IRS tax problem economically and get you the right option at the best settlement possible.  May I suggest the Scott Allen E.A. is that person?  Call Scott today at 480-926-9300.  He does not charge for the initial consultation and you will be glad you did.  Scott will make today a great day for you!

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Scott Allen E.A. for Extension of Time to Pay Phoenix AZ IRS Taxes.

IRS form 4868 extends the time to file your return.  IRS form 1127 extends the time to pay your taxes.  The IRS will automatically approve an extension of time to file your return.  However, you must prove that you would suffer an “undue hardship,” to get approval for additional time to pay taxes.

IRS form 1127 in most instances requires Phoenix AZ professional tax assistance.  Scott Allen E.A. has the expertise to put together a package that gives you the best chance of getting your request approved.  One must way the cost of filing form 1127 with the interest cost of paying late.

When considering both forms, remember that the IRS penalties are 5% per month initially for failing to file on time and 1/2% per month for failing to pay on time.  For that reason, filing IRS form 4868 is much more critical than filing IRS form 1127.  Call Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300 for a free consultation to see what options you should consider.  Scott is licensed to represent you before the IRS in all 50 states but specializes in the Phoenix Arizona area for tax issues.

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Use Scott Allen E.A. for your Chandler AZ IRS Tax Problems.

The best way to find the right person who has the expertise to help you resolve your IRS problem in Chandler AZ is to have a face to face interview.  Second, were your questions answered and options evaluated to resolve your problem?  Third, how long has the firm been in business and how long have they been working from the same location?

Scott Allen E.A. is carrying on the tradition of excellent for the second generation.  His company has resolved over 101,000 IRS tax debts over the last 36 years.  His office is in Mesa (right next to Chandler AZ), not Colorado, not California, not Texas or any other state.  He will only take your case if it is in your best interest.  That’s why his company has been in business for over three decades.  Scott promises straight answers and follow through service.  You can get a free consultation by Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300.  Scott will make today a great day for you.

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Do I need an Arizona IRS Tax Attorney for IRS Tax Relief Programs?

No, IRS tax relief programs are not a legal matter.  Your Arizona IRS Problem can be resolved without going through an Arizona IRS Tax Attorney.  The most common tax relief programs are:

  • Installment Arrangements
  • Current Not Collectible Status (CNC)
  • Offer in Compromise
  • Filing Delinquent returns
  • Protesting Substitute for Returns
  • Penalty Abatement
  • Qualifying Taxes for Discharge in Bankruptcy.

Scott Allen E.A. has expertise in helping you choose the best option and getting the IRS to accept that option.  Call Scott Allen E.A for a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  Scott will make today a great day for you.

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