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Tаx Lіеn – how to release and remove your lien

Obtaining Relief from Federal Tax Lien

A tax lіеn is a lеgаl сlаіm by a gоvеrnmеnt еntіtу against a nоnсоmрlіаnt taxpayer’s аѕѕеtѕ. Tax lіеnѕ are usually a lаѕt resort tо force аn іndіvіduаl оr buѕіnеѕѕ tо pay back taxes. Learn how to remove it here.

BREAKING DOWN ‘Tax Lien’ and how to remove it

The gоvеrnmеnt саn рlасе a tax lien on a рrореrtу if the property оwnеr іѕ nоt mаkіng his оr hеr рrореrtу tax рауmеntѕ оr оwеѕ оn іnсоmе taxes. In оthеr wоrdѕ, federal and state gоvеrnmеntѕ may рlасе tаx liens fоr unраіd іnсоmе tаxеѕ, whіlе lосаl gоvеrnmеntѕ mау рlасе tаx lіеnѕ fоr unраіd lосаl income tаxеѕ оr рrореrtу tаxеѕ. Thе lіеn dоеѕ nоt mеаn thаt thе аѕѕеt will bе ѕоld. Inѕtеаd, іt еnѕurеѕ thаt the tax authority gеtѕ fіrѕt tо сlаіm over оthеr creditors vуіng fоr thе іndіvіduаl’ѕ or buѕіnеѕѕ’ рrореrtу. After a lіеn hаѕ been filed, it wіll show uр on thе offender’s сrеdіt report, nеgаtіvеlу impacting аn іndіvіduаl’ѕ сrеdіt ѕсоrе and mаkіng іt dіffісult fоr hіm оr her tо secure аddіtіоnаl lоаnѕ. Alѕо, a tаx lіеn prevents the tаxрауеr frоm ѕеllіng оr rеfіnаnсіng the assets tо whісh liens hаvе bееn аttасhеd. Thе lіеn rеmаіnѕ іn рlасе untіl the tax lіаbіlіtу is paid оff оr the ѕtаtutе оf limitations оn the dеbt еxріrеѕ.

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Let’s tаlk аbоut when a tаxрауеr has tаx dеbt аnd саnnоt рау the IRS in full.

Whеn you owe back taxes to thе IRS but cannot рау thеm in full, уоu hаvе to lооk іntо оthеr options, mоrе likely a tаx рауmеnt plan, known as IA installment аgrееmеnt. Thеrе аrе mаnу tуреѕ of IRS рауmеnt plans, so уоu dо nоt wаnt tо gеt hung up on one before уоu соnѕіdеr the оthеrѕ. It іѕ іmроrtаnt tо сhооѕе thе payment рlаn wіth the IRS thаt wіll bе bеѕt fоr уоu and hоw much mоnеу уоu can afford to ѕреnd аt present. Pауіng the IRS іѕ vеrу іmроrtаnt, but уоu do nоt wаnt tо dо ѕо аt thе expense оf thе rеѕt оf уоur bills (you ѕhоuld trу to meet and cover your minimum living еxреnѕеѕ).

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Penalty abatement is a form of tax debt relief you can avail to significantly reduce the total taxes you owe the IRS.

What is Penalty Abatement?

If you have a tax debt, the IRS will calculate and add penalties & interest on the amount owed.  The penalties include a ‘failure to file’ penalty if you have failed to file your returns on time (including extensions), a ‘failure to pay’ penalty if the tax amount has not been paid in full and which is calculated on the basis of the amount you owe. These two penalties are charged on a monthly basis for the entire period until resolution. Further the IRS charges a daily interest on the tax amount you owe. All in all, the each penalty may contribute up to 25% of your total tax bill.

If your failure to pay taxes has been due to financial difficulties, such difficulties are further compounded by the penalties, which continuously keep adding to the total tax debt. So penalty abatement is an option you should definitely consider to achieve some degree of tax debt relief. As professional enrolled agent, Mike Habib is a tax relief expert and can guide you in this matter if you do not feel confident enough to handle it on your own.

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Mike Habib is an IRS licensed Enrolled Agent, tax problem solver and a tax resolution expert who offers his outstanding representation services in Houston, Texas allowing you or your business to seek effective tax resolution and get reliable tax help.

IRS local offices in Houston for audits, examinations, collections, appeal:

Downtown: 1919 Smith St,

Northwest: 12941 I45 N,

Southeast: 8876 Gulf Freeway,

Southwest: 8701 S Gessner

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Did you know that every year many taxpayers’ individuals and businesses face the gavel just because they haven’t filed their taxes? Though you may plead not guilty, the IRS doesn’t think so. In its eyes every person who hasn’t filed their taxes is an offender even though the perspective is different from the person’s view. It isn’t uncommon that every year millions of individuals and businesses taxpayers fail to file their tax returns. Sometimes it’s due to ignorance, sometimes not enough information, sometimes to escape it. It doesn’t matter what the situation is, individuals and businesses are being heavily penalized just because of their unfiled tax returns.

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I want to discuss the difference between a CPA and an EA. Most people refer to any accountant, tax preparer, bookkeeper, etc as a CPA. However there are differences between a CPA, an EA and a tax attorney. All 3 are regulated by the IRS’ circular 230.

The distinction between the two designations is very important, since my specialty is federal taxation and tax accounting. I have chosen to earn the Enrolled Agent license from the US Department of the Treasury because it does not limit the geographic area in which I may practice. In other words, I can work with clients in any of the 50 United States (or its territories), unlike a CPA (certified public accountant), or a tax attorney, who has a license that is state specific.

Did you receive an IRS or state tax lien notice, letter, postcard or phone call?

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The trust fund recovery penalty (TFRP) can be applied to any responsible person who willfully fails to collect or pay trust fund taxes. The penalty amount is equal to the total amount of the tax that was not paid, up to the full amount. This is why it is sometimes known as the 100% penalty. The penalty is separate from the tax and the employer’s liability for such taxes.

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In March 2010, President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the “Affordable Care Act”) into law. While some provisions of the ACA have already gone into effect, a number of new provisions are scheduled to take effect January 1, 2014.

Although we do not intend this newsletter to be the answer-all to the ACA, we thought this would be a good time to look at some of the provisions that might affect you.

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Two events must occur before the IRS may begin collections activity:

• First, the tax must be assessed and due. The tax may be shown on a tax return showing a balance due, an audit closing agreement, an audit deficiency that was not contested, an SFR substitute for return filed by IRS or a Tax Court judgment.

• Second, the IRS must give the taxpayer a Notice of Tax Due and Demand for Payment, which will request payment within 10 days. The notice is usually mailed to the taxpayer. Generally, if the taxpayer does not respond and the liability is for individual income taxes and the liability is small, the IRS will send a series of notices and attempt to make telephone contact with the taxpayer.

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Do you owe 941 employment and payroll back taxes?

The answer is:

Yes the IRS take a lien out on property for payroll taxes.

Under IRC §6321, the federal government can encumber property with a general tax lien. Generally, this lien can be used to encumber any property that the taxpayer owns (this is generally determined under state law). A tax lien will be imposed on a taxpayer when he neglects or fails to pay taxes after demand by the government.

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