Have you already gotten the bill from the IRS (the Notice and Demand for Payment) and missed your payment deadline? If so, there’s likely already tax liens on your personal and business property and assets. Oftentimes, these liens still continue even after a successful bankruptcy.
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If a tax lien isn’t handled, the government can actually levy your property - meaning take possession of it - to discharge the debt. You may even already have seen your wages garnished by them.
The attorneys at Berken Cloyes, PC are here to fight for you. Helping people gain control of their financial future is what we do. Contact us today, let’s discuss your specific situation and determine whether the tax liens are legal, and what you can do about it.
What Can a Tax Lien Do?
Unfortunately for many, the IRS is able to put a lien on all of your assets - both personal and business - that are in your name. That means vehicles, properties, accounts receivable, future assets, and even your credit can be subject to tax liens.
If you owe income taxes, the tax agency doesn’t need to follow protocols other creditors would, like filing a lawsuit and getting a judgment against you granted. They can simply start garnishing your wages. This can be as much as 25% of your disposable earnings, or anything over 30 times federal minimum wage, whichever is less. So if you make $400 a week, they would be able to take $100 a week. If you make $2,000 a week, it would be $500.
Whatever your income level, you probably count on those wages to live off of, and make good on any other debts you may have. Losing 25% of it unexpectedly can be a real blow. Have your wages already been garnished?
Find out what this path means for you, your family or your business - contact our firm today and let’s figure out how to get you out of trouble. Our tax lien attorneys know the law surrounding state and federal taxes, and what can and can’t be done by the tax agency, legally. The sooner you reach out to us, the sooner we can analyze your case and take action to stop the lien from turning into a levy.
If you are facing tax liens in Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Boulder, Loveland or any nearby area, call our legal team today at (303) 623-4357 to schedule an appointment. You don’t have to handle the IRS on your own. Let our team of focused and knowledgeable legal professionals work with you to get you fully out of debt.