Tax Lien Removal
When you overlook or cannot pay a tax debt, the government can file a federal tax lien against your property. The government's interest in your property, including real estate, personal property, and financial assets, is protected by the lien.
If you don't pay your tax in full when you file your tax return, Credit Repair of Phoenix can help you by communicating with the IRS, and you'll be sent a bill for the amount you owe.
The outstanding debt is subject to daily compounding interest and a monthly past-duepayment penalty. To avoid fines and interest costs, it is in your best interest to pay your tax debt in full as soon as possible.
Beginning in July, public record data gathered for credit reporting purposes, such as
Tax liens must include information such as name, address, and social security number, as well as a frequency of courthouse visits of at least every 90 days to get freshly filed and updated public records.
We can help with this because it will have a substantial impact on the information that is displayed in reporting databases.
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