At the moment a tax debt has been established, the IRS has a lien against you. Tax liens can affect security clearances, transfers of property, and employment in the financial services sector. A notice of filing a lien requires immediate attention.
Although a tax lien is established once a taxpayer owes a tax debt, the IRS has the option to file a public notice of tax lien or not file a public tax lien. Once the tax lien has been publicly filed, you will likely get bombarded with high-pressure letters and high-pressure phone calls offering help. Additionally, you will likely be the target of unscrupulous tax scam artists hoping to take advantage of an unsuspecting taxpayer. Get ahead of this.
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