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Most individuals or businesses file tax returns and pay what they owe on time. If an individual or business does not pay, the IRS sends the taxpayer a bill. This begins the collection process and the IRS has tremendous power to collect on tax debts. When the IRS sends a bill to a taxpayer, if the taxpayer does not respond to the first notice or subsequent notices, the account becomes delinquent. Delinquent accounts may be turned over to the Automated Collection System (ACS) or to the Collection field with a Revenue Officer assigned.
If you or your business cannot pay your taxes and do not have an agreement in place with the IRS, the IRS may take enforced collection action. Enforcement action could include serving a notice of levy to attach income or assets such as bank accounts. In some cases, the IRS will take enforcement action by seizing and selling property.
If the IRS pursues enforcement action, you still have options. The best first step in resolving an IRS enforcement action is to contact an experienced tax attorney. Davis Law & Associates, PC helps individuals and businesses resolve tax collection problems with the IRS. After the IRS files a Notice of Federal Tax Lien, and prior to the Service initiating levy action, a taxpayer is given the opportunity to request a hearing with the Office of Appeals to stop enforcement action. Timing is of the essence in contacting Davis Law & Associates, PC immediately to filing the Appeals Hearing timely. The taxpayer also has a right to appeal certain other collection actions. For example, if the taxpayer’s request for an installment agreement is denied, the taxpayer has a right to appeal that determination.
Get a peace of mind through a practice solution by contacting Davis Law & Associates, PC to explain your various options and protect your rights as a taxpayer in dealing with IRS tax enforcement.
IF YOU OR YOUR BUSINESS ARE FACING IRS ENFORCEMENT ACTION, CONTACT GHATREHEE LAW FIRM PLLC AS SOON AS POSSIBLE SO WE CAN HELP!