IRS levies and property seizures

When all of your efforts at resolution with the IRS have failed, and your frustrations have reached a boiling point, intervention from the IRS Taxpayer Advocate can help. The IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service is just that – an independent operation inside the IRS charged with solving taxpayer problems and advocating on their behalf to the […]

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If you have a tax dispute with the IRS, expect negotiations to be different than what you may be accustomed to. In most negotiations, both sides have something at stake, something to gain and lose. In other words, an element of risk. That dynamic can change when you have to step up to the plate […]

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It is possible to get an IRS installment agreement to repay your taxes without ever disclosing where you work, what car you drive, what your house is worth, or even what you can actually pay. No IRS Form 433A, Form 433B or 433F.  No application of the IRS Collection Financial Standards that can put a […]

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A certified mail slip comes in the mail, with a notation a letter awaits from you from the IRS, likely from the IRS Automated Collection Service. Or maybe an IRS Revenue Officer makes an unannounced visit to your home or work, and after introductions, hands a letter to you. This, you tell yourself, is serious. […]

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You were brave enough to pick-up and open your certified mail, and there it was – an IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy. The law is intended to avoid surprises from the IRS and protect you, and the Final Notice of Intent to Levy does just that, giving you notice in advance that they are considering […]

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