When the IRS has failed repeatedly to collect an overdue tax debt, they will issue a tax lien on property and assets. This lien places them first in line for payment should the home, property or asset be sold, and can be a tremendous burden to overcome when trying to sell a home. The IRS still has the right to collect even if you acquire property or assets after the lien is filed.
Understand your options and receive a tax consultation today. We’ll conduct a tax analysis based on your specific situation and present available solutions for consideration.
- Help you decide whether lien removal is a realistic option for your situation.
- Prepare the appropriate documentation (supported by IRS tax code) to accompany your IRS lien removal request.
- Submit your request to the IRS and negotiate the lien removal on your behalf.
- Once approved by the IRS, we will verify the lien has been fully removed and that your credit has been restored.
A. A federal tax lien is the government’s legal claim against your property when you neglect or fail to pay a tax debt. The lien protects the government’s interest in all your property, including real estate, personal property and financial assets.
Q. Will a Notice of Federal Tax Lien show up on my credit report?
A. Under current law, a Notice of Federal Tax Lien will not appear on your credit report.
Q. How long will It take for the IRS to release my tax lien if I'm approved for removal?
A. Once you've satisfied your tax debt, the IRS will release the tax lien within 30 days. In some cases, you may request a quicker release of your Federal tax lien by coordinating payment with your local IRS office. You must satisfy your tax debt with certified funds to obtain a Lien Release the same day. Schedule a Consultation with us to determine how we might help to remove your IRS tax lien. We do not recommend contacting the IRS on your own.
Q. What is the cost of your IRS lien removal service?
A. Our IRS tax resolution fees are based on our flex-fee structure, and all costs are pre-approved by you when you decide to hire us. We offer payment plans, if needed, and set our fees so you do not have to worry about unexpected legal bills. There are no surprises, no add-ons. Because every situation is different, we recommend you Schedule a Tax Consultation so we can discuss your case in detail.