Tuesday Tax Tip

How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting a Withdrawal of a Lien – Option Two    Part VI

How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting a Withdrawal of a Lien – Option Two    Part VI A “withdrawal” removes the public Notice of Federal Tax Lien and assures that the IRS is not competing with other creditors for your property; however, you are still liable for the amount due. For eligibility, […]
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How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting a Withdrawal of a Lien – Option One    Part V

How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting a Withdrawal of a Lien – Option One    Part V A “withdrawal” removes the public Notice of Federal Tax Lien and assures that the IRS is not competing with other creditors for your property; however, you are still liable for the amount due. For eligibility, […]
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How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting an Immediate Certificate of Release Part IV

How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting an Immediate Certificate of Release Part IV If you have an immediate or urgent need for a Certificate of Release of Federal Tax Lien, you can visit or telephone the local IRS office. A list of local offices, their available services, and their hours of […]
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Happy Holidays!

We hope you have a blessed holiday season! We are excited and ready for the new year and new tax filing season!
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How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property? Requesting a Certificate of Release Part III

How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property? Requesting a Certificate of Release Part III  Requesting a Certificate of Release If the Federal tax lien has not been released, you can request a Certificate of Release of Federal Tax Lien. The request must be in writing and should be mailed to the Advisory Group […]
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How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property? Part II

How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property? Part II The IRS suggests four methods to remove a lien against your property: Pay in full, Discharge of property, subordination, and withdrawal. A. Pay in full option: (1) When your tax debt is paid in full, the IRS will release your lein within 30 days […]
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