Tag Archives: Lien

Taxes Affecting Credit Score

Today TaxMama hears from Monte in the TaxQuips Forum who asked one last question. “Will my unfiled tax return and tax debt affect my credit?”  

IRS Announces New Effort to Help Struggling Taxpayers Get a Fresh Start

WASHINGTON — In its latest effort to help struggling taxpayers, the Internal Revenue Service today announced a series of new steps to help people get a fresh start with their tax liabilities. The goal is to help individuals and small businesses meet their tax obligations, without adding unnecessary burden to taxpayers. Specifically, the IRS is […]

IRS Announces New Effort to Help Struggling Taxpayers Get a Fresh Start

WASHINGTON — In its latest effort to help struggling taxpayers, the Internal Revenue Service today announced a series of new steps to help people get a fresh start with their tax liabilities. The goal is to help individuals and small businesses meet their tax obligations, without adding unnecessary burden to taxpayers. Specifically, the IRS is […]

Tax Debt While Buying Home

Today TaxMama hears from Monica in California with a problem. “My husband and I would like to buy our first home, since the local housing prices are currently at rock bottom. However, we owe approximately $20,000 between the IRS and Franchise Tax Board. We pay $200 a month to FTB and $300 a month to […]

Release IRS Lien

Today TaxMama hears from Gina in MD who tells us. “I have a tax lien that is over 10 years old. How can I remove it from the court records? It is not attached to my home and it has been file for over 10 years.”

Fight or Pay

Today TaxMama hears from John in New York, who has this complaint. “I have two IRS lien releases that were sent to NYC register’s office for official filing on their ACRIS website records. They have failed to add them to their database, despite two visits to registers office. Now, they want $40 from me and […]

Lien Me Alone

Today TaxMama hears from Cali in Louisiana who asks. “I understand that a Federal Tax Lien placed on a parcel of land is for 10 years from the assessment date. Can the IRS renew the lien or does it expire?”