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Don't incorporate. A corporation is almost always the worst way to hold title to property unless you like to pay taxes.
Setting up a business entity will not protect you from IRS putting liens on property. Your best bet is to work with a tax attorney to negotiate with the IRS for you. You may be able to have the lein lifted if we can show the IRS that it effects your ability to earn money so that you can pay them back.
If you do set up an entity to hold title to your property you will want to use an LLC not a corporation.
Marty Burbank, JD, LLM