Tax Lien Help

A tax lien puts your assets at risk. To avoid the costly consequences of a tax lien, turn to BC Tax. We provide tax debt solutions for taxpayers in Colorado and throughout the United States.

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What Is a Tax Lien?

A tax lien is a legal claim placed on a person’s assets — such as a home, car or bank account — due to their unpaid tax debt. If the person does not attempt to repay their debt, the government may seize and sell their assets.

What’s more, a lien is a public document, which means anyone can check to see if there’s a lien on your home. As a result, a tax lien makes buying or selling a property very difficult.

The federal or state government can put a lien on a property. A federal tax lien takes precedence over all other creditors’ claims. If the IRS intends to put a tax lien on your assets, they’ll send you a Notice of Federal Tax Lien. Once you receive this notice, you can take several actions to stop the lien.

 

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How to Stop a Tax Lien

To stop a tax lien, you must pay what you owe or reach a settlement with the IRS. At BC Tax, we help you deal with a lien when full repayment isn’t possible. Depending on your situation, we may recommend one of several approaches:

Enroll in a Payment Plan

The IRS offers payment plans to help you pay off your tax debt. You can choose from a short-term plan, which gives you 180 days to pay your debt, or a long-term plan, which allows you to pay your debt in monthly increments. If you enroll in a payment plan, the IRS will consider releasing the lien.

At BC Tax, we help you identify and apply for the payment plan that best suits your needs.

 

 

Discharge a Property

A discharge removes a lien from a certain property. However, not all properties or taxpayers are eligible for discharge. The experts at BC Tax can help determine your eligibility and apply for a discharge on your behalf.

Apply for Subordination

While subordination does not remove a lien from a property, it does permit other creditors to move ahead of the IRS, which can make it easier to secure a loan or mortgage. At BC Tax, we can evaluate your eligibility and help you apply.

Request to Withdraw the Notice

A withdrawal of notice removes the public Notice of Federal Tax Lien. Under withdrawal, you’ll still be liable for your debt, but the IRS won’t compete with other creditors for your property.

BC Tax can guide you through the entire withdrawal process, from eligibility to application and beyond.

Contact Us for Tax Lien Help

BC Tax is your trusted source for tax lien help. Our team of tax consultants and Enrolled Agents has the expertise to help you find the best solutions to your tax problems. Reach out to us today to learn more about our tax resolution services.

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