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POSTED ON February 21, 2022
How to Get Rid of Back Taxes?
Depending on both the amount of the back taxes owed and how many years have been missed can determine how[…] ...
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POSTED ON December 17, 2021
How Does a Tax Lien Work?
A federal lien gives the government the right to claim the personal assets and finances of tax defaulters. The lien[…] ...
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POSTED ON August 17, 2021
Property to Which a Tax Lien Attaches
A lien attaches to all of a taxpayer’s property, including his or her rights to property. In this case, property[…] ...
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POSTED ON July 14, 2021
How a Tax Lien Could Impact Your Home Refinance Options
Tax liens lower the odds of selling or refinancing a home. The government files a lien to officially make a[…] ...
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POSTED ON June 08, 2021
Selling a House with a Tax Lien
A home seller has several options for selling a house with delinquent taxes. He or she can contest the delinquent[…] ...
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POSTED ON April 15, 2021
Understanding Capital Gains Tax
A capital gains tax is levied on the profits earned from the sale of capital assets. Capital assets include real[…] ...
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POSTED ON February 14, 2019
Can Innocent Spouse Relief Protect Your Property Against Tax Liens?
By filing IRS Form 8857, Request for Innocent Spouse Relief, it may be possible to request a separate tax liability[…] ...
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POSTED ON January 14, 2019
Can a Tax Lien Become Cause for Criminal Prosecution?
Tax liens rarely become a cause for criminal prosecution but Nevada business owners should take steps to reduce the impa ...
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POSTED ON December 19, 2018
What Is a Blanket Lien?
A blanket lien is a tool that the IRS can use to encumber all of a delinquent taxpayer’s assets instead[…] ...
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POSTED ON November 09, 2018
Tax Debt Help for the Self-Employed
There are several ways self-employed people in Nevada might be able to settle IRS tax debt and avoid further consequence ...
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