Are tax liens legal?

Answer A tax lien is a claim against assets filed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), your county tax assessor or some other taxing authority. The tax lien is put in place to collect past-due taxes.Le... Read More »

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Can I Refinance to Pay Off Liens?

If there is sufficient equity to meet a lender's cash-out refinance requirements, you can use loan proceeds to pay off liens. Lenders consider loans used to pay off debts other than mortgage obliga... Read More »

IRS and Bank Liens?

When you owe a debt to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), it can place a lien against your bank account. More commonly called a bank levy, a bank account lien allows the IRS to garnish funds direc... Read More »

Can liens be faxed?

Most federal and state property tax lien documents can be faxed, provided the date of the confirmed fax transmission is on or before the required submission postmark date as set forth in the proper... Read More »

IRS Procedure for Liens on Property?

There are many ways that the IRS can enforce the collection of your past-due taxes. One option the IRS has is to place a lien on the personal property you own to secure repayment of your debt, prov... Read More »