Help with IRS Tax Levies & Liens
The expert Tax Professionals and consultants at Mullen Tax have been serving clients from all around the United States for many years. We are highly experienced in negotiating with the IRS to get our clients the tax relief and peace they deserve. If you have received notice from the IRS of an impending tax lien or levy, it is important that you contact our office as quickly as possible. Our tax consultants will work with you to remove all bank levies, property levies and liens and more. Don’t wait. Call our office today for a free consultation at 323-352-0840.
When an individual fails to pay their tax debt after receiving notices, the IRS can file a Federal Tax Lien or Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing. These are two of the IRS’ most insidious tools.
What is a Tax Lien?
A Federal Tax Lien is a legal claim against your property to secure payment of your tax debt. Tax liens can be placed on a number of assets including, but not limited to, your home, vehicle, your bank account and even retirement funds. Tax liens are public record and be damaging to your credit, employment and reputation. Selling your home or other property becomes a challenge. Through Offer in Compromise, Subordination and other methods, the tax consultants at Mullen Tax can help you find relief from your IRS Tax Lien. Call our office today for a free consultation at 323-352-0840.
What is a Tax Levy?
The more serious IRS Tax Levy is actual seizure of your property. This can include wage garnishment, taking money in your bank or other financial account, the seizure and selling of your vehicle, real estate and other personal property. The window of opportunity to avoid losing your property and assets is very brief. If you’ve received a Final Notice of Intent to Levy from the IRS, it is critical that you contact the tax consultants at Mullen Tax immediately in order to promptly begin the process of getting your tax levy released.
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