IRS Asset Seizures

IRS Asset Seizures

If the IRS has a levy against you and is about to seize your assets, contact us right away. You only have 30 days from the date of the Notice of Levy issued by the IRS to pay in full or find an alternative solution to your tax problem and unfiled income taxes. We will do everything we can to protect your assets and your possessions.

If you have received a Notice of Levy by the Internal Revenue Service against you, you must be aware that a levy is different from and more serious than a lien. A lien is a formal device used by the IRS as security for the tax debt. If there is a lien against your property, it means the IRS is claiming the property as a back-up financial resource if you are not able to cover your tax debt in another fashion. In contrast, a levy is when the IRS actually takes action to seize your property to cover your tax debt.

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Once the 30 days has passed, you will receive no further notice from the IRS before your assets are seized or levied to pay for your unfiled income taxes or back tax bill. The IRS has the power to seize and sell your property and assets in order to cover your tax debt. Asset seizure does not only mean hard assets, but soft assets as well. Hard assets include property houses, boats and cars, but the IRS also can seize soft property in the form of retirement accounts, rental income, commissions and the cash value of your life insurance policy. If you find yourself in such dire straits, you most likely have been ignoring the multiple warnings you have received from the IRS. You have been wishing your tax problem will simply go away, but we can promise you that it will not vanish of its own.

What can you do in such a drastic situation? Contact Peter Stephan and the Tax Experts at the Tax Resolution Institute without delay. We can examine your case and try to find a tax resolution. With our history of experience with the IRS Revenue Officers and our expertise in negotiation, there is a chance we can find a way to settle your tax debt and unfiled income taxes without the seizure of your property. We will focus on securing an Asset Levy Release for you as quickly as possible. By removing the immediate threat, we will be able to focus on a workable long-term solution so your unfiled income taxes do not disrupt your future.

By securing a temporary freeze on the seizure of your assets, we have sufficient time to analyze your financial situation and determine what solution will work for you. If you qualify, we could achieve tax relief for your tax debt through an Offer in Compromise or an Installment Agreement. If an Asset Seizure would cause you severe hardship, we can request a Taxpayer Assistance Order to protect you and your assets. Unfiled income taxes do not have to lead to the end of your way of life.

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If you have not been levied, but the IRS is beginning to take collection actions against you, do not sit around and ignore the notices being sent to you in the mail. Call us before the end is looming, and your assets are about to be seized by the IRS. Let us help you find a workable solution to your tax debt. At the Tax Resolution Institute, our Tax Experts can find tax relief for you and remove your IRS tax burden and resolve the question of your unfiled income taxes.

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