How to Avoid a Tax Lien
By law the Internal Revenue Service is required to notify you in writing of their intent to place a lien on your property. This is to afford an opportunity for you to settle your tax debt in time to avoid an IRS tax lien. Notices are sent to your last . . .
Reasons why an IRS notice can be incorrect
There are many reasons an Internal Revenue Service notice may be incorrect. For example:
The IRS notice of non-receipt of credit for exact tax payment
The Internal Revenue Service has been known to post a tax payment in the wrong year. This explains how a taxpayer can have a . . .