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IRS Discount for owing more than $10,000 in back taxes and

IRS Discount for owing more than $10,000 in back taxes and garnishments How do you remove the lien?

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Mark Taylor

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If you put a lien on your own property that you own free and

If you put a lien on your own property that you own free and clear 1st can the IRS still take the property without paying off the first lien. Does the lien process mean 1st come 1st served? Can this be down by mechanics lien and process of UCC1JA: The Accountant will know how to help. Is there anything else important you think the Accountant should know?Customer: no

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emc011075

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IRS and state Taxes: Maryland, New York, Colorado I need to

IRS and state Taxes: Maryland, New York, Colorado I need to go to the IRS first thing in the morning.The IRS just leaned me and took 20% of my social Security check. I need to find out what forms I need to file to let them know that I do not have any money or assets. I do not own a home and am presently renting but can not even pay my rent because they took the cash from my social security payment.Where is the nearest IRS office in Tucson, Arizona near my zipcode of 85749 or 85750.Next since they say I owe $31,000 what Fresh Start Program can I apply for and what forms and instructions do I complete?What financial statement do I take to them to show them my financial status so I can present to them my expenses and how they just wiped me out?I am not working and do not have anything except my social security at this time and with the liens and the fact that I was not able to report to them when I lived in Maryland they reversed my previous return and hurridedly closed an audit with no meetings with me and has caused extreme hardship.I have creditors constantly calling me, and liens and as I have undergone surgeries of my eyes, Retinal Surgery first and in 2015 2 catarac surgeries in my right and left eyes.When they called me in for the audit I was recovering from knee replacement surgery and physical surgery and could not walk or drive.I asked the agent to leave the audit open until I could gather receipts from 2008, 2009 and 2010 the years that they reversed my expenses from my schedule C.I have lost everything and have notices from states as well as interest that is getting to be higher than the amount that they say I owe.I am 64 years old and devistated.I was not able to file for 2013, 2014 and 2015 as I could not see and am still recovering. I need an answer as soon as possible as the very complex statements can be filed for 2013, 2014 and 2015 tomorrow, and then I can go back to do a 1040X for the years that they erased my expenses,I do not have money for an accountant or attorney so please do not reply asking me to pay you to answer these questions as I do not have the money.I just need to know where is the nearest IRS office and what is the office and forms and how do I file an offer in compromise and what forms and instructions do I use and what can I do for me owing over $30,000.The lien was filed in New York City borough of queens but I worked and lived in Silver Spring Maryland at the time and Maryland has liened me and put me in collections.Please expert only in federal and state taxes for Maryland , New York City and now live in Arizona although I have not worked in Arizona at all and just moved here as I could not afford to live elsewhere. I have not worked since I had my last eye surgeries in July and August of 2015.My 2008 tax boxes were inadverdtantly tossed by the maintenance workers assisting my physical therapist so that I would not hurt myself as my home was my office.

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PDtax

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IS THERE A STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON STATE OF FLORIDA SALES

IS THERE A STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON STATE OF FLORIDA SALES AND USE TAXES? IF SO, HOW LONG ONCE THE DEBT AND ASSESSMENT IS GIVEN.

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Robin D.

Vocational, Technical or Trade School

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I an a non-resident alien visiting USA. Several months ago I

I an a non-resident alien visiting USA. Several months ago I gave my son, who is a green card holder, a sum of $500k to help him purchase a house in San Diego. The loan was private with no paperwork involved. In due course I expect him to pay me back when he gets a mortgage.However he is shortly to be married and I want to protect my funds by having a lien on the property, which he is agreeable to.My question is this - are there any tax implications for him when the lien is registered or any tax implications for me when the sum is eventually repaid. I am not charging him interest on the money

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Mark Taylor

Certified Public Accountant

Masters

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My client incurred tax liability after payroll audit.

Hello,My client incurred tax liability after payroll audit. Recently he was working with IRS agent to get an installment agreement so he can pay his debt in installments. All requested information was provided to the agent. Agent did not mail any notice why the client do not qualify for installment payments and filed a tax lien. Please advise how we can get that lien removed and get installment agreement.Thank you

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Lane

JD, MBA, CFP, CRPS

Doctoral Degree

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I have an irs tax lien. I called them to get a payoff. They

I have an irs tax lien. I called them to get a payoff. They told me that I can just go in person to a walk up facility and pay it. The lien was about $10,500. They said the "payoff" would be $5,020.63.So my question is if I go pay that, will they give me a receipt stating that the lien is released? Because the title company said that's what I need to sell my house.

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Robin D.

Vocational, Technical or Trade School

20,916 satisfied customers
I have an irs tax lien. I called them to get a payoff. They

I have an irs tax lien. I called them to get a payoff. They told me that I can just go in person to a walk up facility and pay it. The lien was about $10,500. They said the "payoff" would be $5,020.63.So my question is if I go pay that, will they give me a receipt stating that the lien is released? Because the title company said that's what I need to sell my house.

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Mark Taylor

Certified Public Accountant

Masters

802 satisfied customers
I've asked this question before so I'm hoping a different

I've asked this question before so I'm hoping a different lawyer will answer it.I live in New Jersey. I've learned that it is not a "community property" state, but it is a "common law" state. So the situation is I own a house. I am married but the deed is and always was just in my name. My wife has an it's lien for owed taxes a few years ago. We have always filed separately, married but separate. So my question is now that I am going to sell the house will that lien on her come to me meaning it has to be paid before or at the sale.I've gotten different answers so I wanted another opinion

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Robin D.

Vocational, Technical or Trade School

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