If the IRS issues a Mesa Arizona levy against your bank accounts, the bank puts your funds on hold up to the amount you owe the IRS for a period of 21 days. This allows you time to work out any issues before the bank is required to send the funds to the IRS. If you incur bank charges as a result of a mistake made by the IRS, you are entitled to have the IRS reimburse you.
Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors offers a free initial consultation to resolve your IRS tax lien in Gilbert Arizona and can be reached for an appointment at 480-926-9300.
Consider having a free initial face to face consultation with Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. That is your best way to determine if Scott is the right person to represent you. You can schedule your appointment by calling 480-926-9300.
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Scott Allen E.A. has witnessed the success of his family’s IRS resolution practice first hand and is carrying on the tradition to the second generation. Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. has been helping individuals like you with IRS tax problems since 1977.
If you are in dispute with the IRS over your IRS tax lien, call Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. for a free Peoria AZ initial consultation.
If you want to sell an Arizona asset that has a tax lien, the IRS will discharge the property so that you can sell your property free of the tax lien. All of the proceeds of this sale must go towards the AZ tax debt. If you want to get a loan on real estate you can request a subordination which leaves the tax lien on the property but allows the creditor to be ahead of the claim that the IRS has with the tax lien. The process of the loan must be applied to the tax debt. A withdrawal of the tax lien eliminates the public notice of federal tax lien and gives creditors assurance that the IRS has no claim against the asset.
If you are considering selling an asset in Arizona or borrowing against an asset and have an IRS tax lien, consider a free initial consultation with Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors. Tax Debt Advisors has the expertise to work with the IRS on your behalf. Call 480-926-9300 to schedule your appointment.
Depending on the facts and circumstances, an IRS lien can be withdrawn, subordinated, discharged or released. A tax lien will be withdrawn if it was filed without just cause. A tax lien will be subordinated in cases where the taxpayer is financing real property and able to use the loan proceeds to pay down the tax debt. A discharge is possible when the taxpayer is selling real property and agrees to pay all the equity towards the tax debt. And finally a tax lien will be released when the tax debt has been paid in full, or settled with an accepted Offer in Compromise, or the statute of limitations has expired, or when a tax debt is discharged in bankruptcy and there is no equity in the asset.
Removing an AZ IRS tax lien under each of these four scenarios will require professional help. TaxDebtAdvisors.com offers a free initial, in office, consultation. Call Scott today at 480-926-9300 to schedule your appointment.
A tax lien in Mesa AZ will make it miserable for you to get a loan. And if you are given a loan the interest rates will be outrageous. So if you are being faced with the IRS filing a tax lien against you in Mesa AZ, consider getting professional help and requesting a hearing before the IRS Office of Appeals. Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. has the expertise to represent you and will meet with the Appeals Officer if he feels the IRS should not file a tax lien against you.
Many clients are under the assumption that they have a tax lien against them still in effect, when in fact the lien expired under the statute of limitations. IRS tax liens are self-releasing but if you have not paid off the tax, the IRS will not inform the credit bureaus that the tax lien has expired.
Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. in Mesa, AZ offers a free initial consultation to prevent an IRS tax lien or getting it released. Call 480-926-9300 to schedule an appointment.
If a Tempe Arizona IRS tax lien was filed before you filed for bankruptcy, the lien will survive the bankruptcy and still be attached to your home. If you have no equity in your home, now is the time to apply to have the Tempe AZ IRS lien released. The IRS will require a certified appraisal. Once the lien has been removed you can sell your home later when hopefully it has appreciated in value. Waiting until you have equity will be too late. You will be required to pay off the tax lien after the mortgage has been paid off. Call Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300 to schedule a free consultation to determine what options you have on your tax lien and you own a home.
The Collection Appeals Program or CAP offers you a chance to have a hearing with the Phoenix AZ IRS Office of Appeals. You will get this opportunity before the IRS files a tax lien in Phoenix AZ. The IRS knows the impact filing a tax lien will have on your finances and your ability to borrow. Your credit score will be significantly lower once the IRS files a tax lien. This program can also protect you from wage garnishments, bank levies, IRS seizures and other IRS enforcement actions. The IRS gives you the right to have your side of the story heard and to have an impartial person, an Appeals Officer, determine what kind of action should be taken by the IRS or not taken by the IRS. The Appeals Officers has much more latitude to compromise or set up a settlement that is easier to comply with compared to an IRS Revenue Officer or IRS Agent.
Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors offers a free initial consultation. Tax Debt Advisors has been representing clients before the Phoenix AZ IRS Appeals Office since 1977. Call today at 480-926-9300 to schedule your appointment.