Tax Liens and Levies

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Tax Levies & Liens

If you have outstanding tax debt and no apparent resolution, the IRS can execute tax liens or levies against you. Either of these actions goes beyond just owing the IRS money; it is the actual IRS enforcement action to collect on the tax debt. With liens and levies, you could see your monetary assets are taken, and your legal claim to current and future properties diminished significantly to the IRS as a creditor.

Harmon Tax Resolution, LLC is committed to helping our clients who face harsh circumstances such as liens or levies. Attorney-CPA-IRS EA, Will Harmon, can act on your behalf, but you must contact him to start the process as soon as possible.

Can I Get a Levy or Lien Removed?

When the IRS initiates a tax lien, creditors are notified that your property has an IRS claim against it. The IRS now has creditor rights. The IRS credit rights apply not only to current assets you may have, such as your home and vehicles but also to any new property you acquire after the lien has been filed. This can have a detrimental effect on your ability to take out a loan, refinance a property, and even buy or sell a home can be nearly impossible. Even though the IRS no longer reports liens to credit agencies, the liens are public records that are often looked at by potential creditors.

Once the IRS initiates a bank levy, you may be denied access to funds in your bank accounts. Your accounts are frozen; the IRS could seize these funds to pay down the tax debt, including associated interest and penalties. Without a doubt, this can severely impact you and your family’s well-being.

The tax attorney-CPA-EA, Will Harmon from Harmon Tax Resolution, LLC, understands how impactful this can be towards your life, and he wants to help — but the longer you wait to contact him, the longer and more complex a resolution may be. Call him today at 772-418-0949 to discuss how you can overcome the tax lien or levy situation so you can sleep better tonight.

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