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Liens and Levies.

In an attempt to collect back taxes, the IRS places a lien on the assets of a taxpayer. A Notice of Federal Tax Lien is filed to secure the government's place as a creditor. It also attaches to all of your property and can ruin your credit for years. Needless to say, an IRS tax lien can be emotionally devastating in the long term. No taxpayer's credit benefits from the presence of an IRS lien. Be aware of the fact that the IRS has, in most cases, displayed reluctance prior to seizing one's property.

The effect of the Federal Tax Lien statute is that when any person fails to pay any assessment of tax, plus interest, penalties, or costs, a tax lien in favor of the United States arises upon all property and rights to property, whether real or personal, tangible or intangible, belonging to the taxpayer. Even if the taxpayer makes partial payment, a tax lien will arise for the balance of the tax.