Question: I received a Notice of Federal Tax Lien - Can you Help?

People who received a Notice of Federal Tax Lien (usually via Certified Mail), are typically scared and wonder what we can do to help.


A Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) is public record and is generally filed with the County Recorder or County Clerk where you reside. A federal tax lien will also negatively impact your credit report scores. It is notice to all your other creditors that the IRS has a secured interest in all your real and personal property you have now and acquire in the future.


A federal tax lien will make it very difficult, if not impossible, for you to purchase a home, vehicle and other property on credit and will make it difficult and more expensive to get credit for anything else. It may also prevent you from accessing the equity in real estate you own.


A Federal Tax Lien will Effect your Credit Score - making it harder to buy a car, a home, or obtain credit.


However, the IRS has several different solutions that can resolve your NFTL if you qualify. You can resolve a federal tax lien by paying it in full or if that is not an option you can find out if you qualify for a “Release of Lien”, a “Lien Subordination”, a Lien Discharge” or “Lien Withdrawal”.


It is important to keep in mind that IRS problems didn’t just happen overnight and will take some time to resolve. The good news is that generally you won’t have to meet or even speak with the IRS once you retain our firm.


It’s important to consult with a tax resolution professional to see which Lien relief solutions you may be eligible for before the IRS starts enforcing aggressive collection action against you. We can help protect what you have and preserve your rights!!


We at Resolution Tax Services are experts in IRS tax problem resolution and help taxpayers with their IRS Problems every day. There is a solution to EVERY problem. Generally, you’ll never have to meet or speak with the IRS once you bring us into the picture. Call us today - 833-StopIRS | 505-353-9610, or schedule a free no-obligation case evaluation.