IRA S. LIPKIN
Certified PUblic Accountant
SPECIALISTS IN IRS REPRESENTATION, TAX NEGOTIATIONS AND RESOLUTION
The reason the IRS typically files a lien is because taxes are owed and the full amount due has gone unpaid.
Liens give the IRS a legal claim to your property as security for payment of your tax debt.
Liens will impact your credit rating. When filed, a notice of the lien will appear in the public records of the county courthouse where you reside. The lien remains a public record until they are paid in full .If you own real property in other counties, a lien will likely be filed there as well. As a result of a lien, it will become difficult to buy or sell your property.
It is possible to prevent the IRS from filing a lien. It is also possible to have a lien withdrawn if it facilitates the collection of tax.
It is important to contact us immediately. Time is of the essence.