Category Archives: IRS Liens & Levies


The filing of a federal tax lien can adversely affect the taxpayer’s ability to secure credit, dispose of property and conduct business. Ultimately, the property may be levied upon by the IRS and sold to satisfy the underlying tax liability. Fortunately, in many cases the filing of a tax lien is not a fait accomplis. For example, at times IRS will voluntarily withdraw a notice of tax lien: Continue reading

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Defusing IRS Tax Liens & Levies

Once imposed, Federal tax liens threaten the taxpayer’s ability to continue in business, since creditors and potential purchasers may then shun dealings with the taxpayer. Tax levies may be even worse, since they result in the immediate deprivation of the … Continue reading

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