A statutory lien is enforceable only to items which the lien is legally attached. Statutes may allow the lienholder to foreclose the lien judicially and sell the property if the owner fails to pay the debt. However, the lienholder must give proper notice to the owner prior to foreclosure and sale. Proceeds from the judicial…

Originally posted 2018-07-23 23:19:28.

  A lien is a legal claim on property, either real or persona, as security for payment or performance of a debt or obligation. There are different type of liens.  The level of severity for each lien is judged by the order of their acquisition. However, the Government has the power to establish the overall…

Originally posted 2018-07-23 23:17:20.

  The State, just like the IRS, is interested in collecting any debt they claim you owe them.  If they can, they will pursue aggressive action, which is why it makes sense to have an Income Tax Lawyer helping to protect your case from these Agencies.  The State realizes that the IRS is the dominant…

Originally posted 2018-06-19 23:19:21.

Everyone has been to good stores and bad ones of the same brand.  The tax resolution industry is not too dissimilar to that of restaurant chains, for example.  Tax resolution firms are run by real people who have varying levels of competence and concern for the cases over which their firm is hired to resolve. …

Originally posted 2018-06-19 21:50:39.

  The IRS and State would like to collect on your liability.  You don’t know how to fight them on correcting the matter.  Who else are you going to contact about this other than a Tax Defense Attorney?  This individual’s entire profession is to help resolve disputes and seek restitution for their client’s benefit.  A…

Originally posted 2018-06-19 21:47:54.

How A Tax Lawyer Can Help You Against IRS Generally, a Tax Lawyer is the best option. We all have to pay the price for freedom and paying our taxes is one of them.  The IRS is the collector of taxes on the Federal level.  Most of us do not want to deal with the…

Originally posted 2018-06-19 21:39:05.

    More Taxpayers Will Owe The IRS In April Because Of Underwithholding, Report Says More Americans will be writing a check because they owe the IRS in April due to their employers are not withholding enough from their paychecks following the new tax law, the Government Accountability Office says in a new report. Based on…

Originally posted 2018-08-02 19:14:48.

  Tips for procrastinating taxpayers filing before the extension deadline October 15, 2018 Haven’t filed your tax return yet? You are not alone. In fact, millions of Americans waited until April 17 to file their taxes this year. It was so bad that the last minute return filers crashed the IRS e-filing system this year, which is…

Originally posted 2018-07-02 01:46:22.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy The Chapter 7 Bankruptcy liquidation approach converts a debtor’s non-exempt assets to cash distributed in conformity with the Code. An honest debtor is discharged from most of the remaining debts and given a fresh start. Eligible debtors include individuals, partnerships, and corporations. Among others, the following entities are generally not eligible to…

Originally posted 2018-07-31 17:31:28.

  Fringe Benefits or Employee Benefits Employee benefits are generally included in an employee’s gross income (there are some exceptions). The benefits are subject to income tax withholding and employment taxes. Employee benefits include cars and flights on aircraft that the employer provides, free or discounted commercial flights, vacations, discounts on property or services, memberships…

Originally posted 2017-09-28 03:52:07.

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