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When do you need Scott Allen E.A. for Arizona IRS Help?

There are many ways the IRS can rob you of your peace of mind.  If your credit score has declined because the IRS has filed a tax lien—you need Scott Allen E. A.

If you having difficulty sleeping, developed health issues or marital problems over your Arizona IRS tax debt—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If your business is threatened by Arizona IRS levies on your bank accounts or about to seize your business assets—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If your personal bank account in Arizona has been levied, or your wages garnished by the IRS—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If you owe the IRS more than you can pay and are considering getting married—you need Scott Allen E.A. before you get married.

If you have not filed IRS tax returns for several years—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If you have a settlement with the IRS and cannot comply with it because you finances have worsen—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If you need the peace of mind that comes knowing you have just received the best IRS settlement allowed by law—you need Scott Allen E.A.

Scott Allen E.A. is ready to meet with you at no charge for your initial consultation.  Call Scott Allen E.A. today at 480-926-9300.  Scott will make today a great day for you!

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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 evaluate your Gilbert AZ IRS Penalty Abatement at no charge

Be leery of promises to remove IRS tax penalties from your Gilbert AZ tax debt.  Penalties are removed or lowered is when a tax balance is reduced via an amended return or substitute for return and the tax due is less than the original return or SFR filed by the IRS.

Reasons for filing IRS form 843 to request penalty abatement include but are not limited to hospitalization, incarceration, severe depression, or serving in the military outside of the country.  Taxpayers need to show that there was a reasonable cause and not just willful neglect.

Call Scott Allen E.A. near Gilbert AZ to get a free tax consultation to determine if you have penalties that can be abated.  Scott can be reached at 480-926-9300.

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Use a Scottsdale IRS Tax IRS Attorney for federal IRS tax relief?

No, federal IRS tax relief is not a legal matter.  You do not need to hire a IRS Tax Attorney in Scottsdale AZ.

There are many competent IRS tax resolution specialists that are equally competent in IRS settlements without all the hoopla that comes from Scottsale IRS Tax attorneys that specialize more in intimidating clients that they need legal representation that a non-attorney cannot do.

The laws surrounding IRS settlements are complex to someone without a knowledge of them; but rather straight forward to those who work with them every day.  Scott Allen E.A. has expertise in all of the settlement options accepted by the IRS.  He is able to provide the services you need at a reasonable fee.  Scott will meet with you for your free initial consultation.

When IRS professions say that the IRS hopes you don’t have professional help, that is not true.  The IRS likes taxpayers to have competent help.  The IRS is negative on all the firms that provide IRS assistance that only make matters worse for the IRS and the taxpayer.  When you use Scott Allen E.A. the IRS agent or revenue officer will be glad you selected Scott because they know that Scott will make their job easier, and that they can trust his settlement recommendations.  Call Scott Allen E.A. today at 480-926-9300 and schedule a free initial consultation.  Let Scott make today a great day for YOU!

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Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney to get an IRS tax lien released or removed?

No, getting an IRS lien released is not a legal matter. If the IRS has filed a lien, it is important to know how long the Gilbert AZ tax lien has been filed.  After the statute of limitations period of 10 years, IRS tax liens are automatically released.  However, the IRS does not report this information to credit bureaus unless the taxes have been paid.  Scott Allen E.A of Gilbert and Mesa can advised you how to get the credit bureaus aware that your lien is no longer in place.

If you have just had a lien filed and feel that it should not have been filed in the first place and did not take advantage of a Collections Due Process Hearing, contact Scott Allen E.A. and set up a free consultation to determine if you have a valid reason for the IRS to release the tax lien.

If the lien is not released, there are situations where the IRS will subordinate their lien to allow you to get a loan on your Gilbert AZ home.  There are certain criteria that have to be met but if you qualify Scott Allen E.A. can get a subordination of your IRS tax lien.  Instead of working with an IRS tax attorney in Gilbert AZ contact Scott Allen E.A if you have a tax lien to determine what your options are.  Scott can be reached at 480-926-9300.

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Do I Need a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney When I Receive a Notice of Federal Tax Lien?

No, this is not a legal matter.  If you received an IRS Notice of Federal Tax Lien you have 30 days from the date of the notice to file IRS Form 12153 to request a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing.

The CDP hearing is your chance to explain to an Appeals Officer why a tax lien should not have been filed.  Scott Allen E.A. has expertise in meeting with an Appeals Officer regarding tax liens.  Scott will first meet with you for a free consultation to determine if you should or need to request a CDP hearing.  Scott Allen E.A. can be reached at 480-926-9300.

Before making a decision on what to do with a Notice of Federal Tax Lien consider calling Scott Allen at Tax Debt Advisors over a Scottsdale AZ Tax Attorney.

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IRS Lien has ruined me credit score: Now what!?

Do I Need a Chandler Arizona IRS Tax Attorney to Save My Credit Due to an IRS Lien?

An IRS tax lien will definitely lower your credit score and can prevent you from buying a home or purchasing a vehicle.  Banks will charge you a higher rate of interest on loans if you have a tax lien or not make the loan at all.  Those that will loan you money will charge you “loan shark” rates of interest.

If an IRS tax lien notice is filed, you have 30 days to file a Collection Due Process Appeal to explain why the tax lien should never have been filed.  If you miss this deadline, you always have the option of doing an IRS lien subordination.  This IRS procedure is usually done in conjunction with taxpayers who have equity in a home and want to get a loan from a bank.

Whatever your situation, contact Scott Allen E.A. for a free consultation at 480-926-9300 to see what options you have to deal with an IRS tax lien.  You can count on Scott’s expertise in this area to provide you with all of your options and help you choose the one that is best.  If you have already met with an IRS Tax Chandler, AZ Attorney please consider me for a second opinion.  If you havnt met with a Chandler, AZ IRS Tax Attorney yet please call me FIRST for you second opinion.

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Facts about IRS tax liens for Arizona Residents: IRS help from Scott Allen, E.A.

  • If the IRS ignored proper procedures, your tax lien can be removed.
  • If the statute of limitations has passed the lien becomes invalid.
  • Filing a bankruptcy before the lien is filed will protect exempt property forever.
  • Post a bond.
  • File an Offer in Compromise and making the Offer payment will remove the lien
  • Get a Certificate of Subordination
  • Obtain a Certificate of Release  

Obviously, the best solution will resolve your tax debt before a tax lien is filed.  Call me today for a free initial confidential consultation to see specifically what options apply to your situation.

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Facts about IRS tax liens for Arizona Residents:  IRS help from Scott Allen, E.A.

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