IRS Tax Lien Help: Relief From Your Federal Tax Lien
Has the IRS or State place a tax lien on you credit report? Did you recieve a Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NTFL)? Then, it is time to get help as procastination will not fix your tax problems. A tax lien can have a devastating effect on your credit score and financial well being.
When you contact us, an enrollment agent will document your tax and financial situation for a tax professional to review. Depending on your financial situation and how much tax you owe, there are a variety of potential solutions.
Dealing with a federal or state tax lien can be extremely complicated if you have never handled one before. All of our partnered tax professionals are experienced with tax liens and have resolved them successfully for numerous clients.
Tax Lien Relief Services Offered
- Withdrawing IRS tax liens
- Releasing IRS and state tax liens
- Discharging an IRS or state Tax lien from a specific piece of property
- Subordinating a state or IRS tax lien
- Appealing a withdrawal, release, discharge or subordination denial
How the Complimentary Tax Lien Consultation Works
Receive a free, no-obligation consultation by calling or utilizing the form above
During the complimentary consult, an enrollment agent or a tax professional will review your financial situation. A financial review includes understanding your assets, income, liabilities or expenses. Next, they will ask you about your tax situation including the tax lien. Did you file all tax returns? Did you receive any letters? When was the tax lien field and for how much?
Next, the agent will get a better understanding of your goals. Are you trying to discharge or subordinate a tax lien? Release or withdraw it? Are you trying to appeal a Notice of Federal Tax Lien?
Finally, the agent will provide your information to one of the licensed tax professionals on staff to give you an idea of what you need to do to resolve your tax situation and resolve your tax lien issues. You will also be provided the fees to complete the proposed action(s) if you decide you want professional help. In some cases, with your authorization, your tax records may be retrieved to provide you a better idea of your tax options and the corresponding fees.
Why Get Tax Lien Help from a Licensed Tax Professional?
A licensed tax professional makes it easier to deal with the IRS or state. They have the knowledge, experience, and dedication you need to get your tax lien and your tax debt resolved.
A Licensed Tax Professional Will Deal With the IRS or State for You
When the IRS or state is continuously sending you letters or calling you, that can get scary and intimidating. If you’re dealing with the situation on your own, you have to fill out lots of forms and spend a lot of time on hold, waiting to talk with some home. A tax professional can take that burden off your shoulders.
Tax Professionals Know Your Rights
One of the worst parts of dealing with the IRS or State on your own is that you may not know your rights. A tax resolution specialist understands your rights, and they always have your best interest in mind. They never release too much information to the IRS, and they know how to negotiate the best deal possible on your tax debt.
Tax Professionals Can Withdraw, Release, Discharge or Subordinate a Tax Lien
A tax lien hurts your credit (or a business’s) and your finances, but tax professionals know exactly how to get tax liens resolved. They can help you file the right forms and take the correct steps. That minimizes the potential damage to your credit and financial reputation.
Hiring a Tax Professional Shows the IRS or State Authorities You’re Serious
Hiring a professional sends an indirect message to the IRS or state. It tells taxation authorities you are serious about resolving your tax debt. Some IRS and state revenue officers prefer to work with a tax professional, and that can improve your outcome.
Tax Professionals Help You Stay Compliant
If you set up a payment plan or an offer in compromise with the IRS, you have to stay compliant with tax filing obligations for the next few years. Failing to pay or file can negate your arrangement. When you work with a tax professional, they can help you deal with your tax debt, but they can also help you prepare future returns and stay up to date with payment requirements in the future.
If you want help with a federal or state tax lien, start with a free consultation using the form above. We can begin the process to help you resolve your tax debt as quickly and painlessly as possible.