Posts Tagged ‘Tax Lien’

The U.S. Tax Court has rejected Wesley Snipes’ appeal of the IRS’s rejection of his offer in compromise. Snipes has federal deliquent tax liabilities of approximately $23.5 million for tax years 2001-2006, largely as a result of his failure to file tax returns. The movie actor served three years in prison for failure to file […]

The IRS Collection Process: A Review of the Basics Procedure & Administration The IRS is the largest collection agency in the country and by far the strongest, empowered by Congress to take actions necessary to collect taxes owed to the federal government. Such a wide-ranging power can easily create some fear among those who do […]

When the IRS comes around to collect, sooner or later you’re going to have to face the music. If you play games with the tax collector, the system is designed to make your life miserable. So here are ten things to remember when you owe the IRS: Don’t ignore any IRS notices. More people get […]

Posted on May 6, 2017 in Taxpayer

Imagine you want to sell a home but a federal tax lien for delinquent taxes has been filed against it.  You do not have the money to pay off the lien, and even selling the house will not generate enough money to pay it, or it will not generate any money at all to pay […]

Posted on August 3, 2012 in IRS

Until the IRS makes an assessment, there is no official tax debt. Assessments are based on tax returns filed by the taxpayers, returns the IRS files in place of returns a taxpayer neglects to file, or from changes the IRS makes to a return. First Notice If the taxpayer files a return, and the tax […]