The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service are hear to remind you that it's extremely important to get your tax problems resolved as quickly as possible.
While the IRS paused the issuing of tax liens in the wake of COVID-19, IRS liens are once again being issued to people with unresolved IRS problems.
If you don't know, an IRS tax lien is a legal claim to your assets and property that the IRS can use to levy and seize your personal belongings, your bank account (#IRSbanklevy)or garnish your wages (#IRSwagegarnishment). While the IRS can prosecute for unpaid taxes, they are more concerned about getting the money that is owed to them.
The IRS always has two (2) goals when they have a tax debt case. The first is to collect money. Collecting money can be pay in full, an installment agreement or a tax debt settlement. The total amount collected isn't of paramount importance.
Plus, now that the IRS has ended their tax lien pause, the agency will be coming for outstanding debts with full force. Whether you've been hit with penalties or you have a tax lien, it's infinitely better to resolve your tax issues than it is to try avoiding an IRS wage levy or a bank levy (or both).
The fact of the matter is that whenever you have unresolved a tax liability owed to the IRS, you are going to face financial strain in one way or another, and delaying payments or resolutions will only result hardship in the future.
This article is written by the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service who have been resolving IRS problems at a very affordable fee for more than a decade.
Our teams are strategically located in San Diego, California, and Clearwater, Florida. Our coast to coast availability is invaluable when someone has an IRS levy that needs to be stopped and released in one day. Our tax pros are ready to go from 8 A.M. Eastern to 6 P.M. Pacific time. This gives our Tax Attorneys an additional 3 hours to contact the IRS and have a IRS levy released in one day. This is crucial when someone needs their full paycheck.