What if the IRS wants to sell my home?

The IRS will sell your home if you ignore its notices. However, the IRS cannot sell your home without giving you adequate notice. It is imperative that you seek legal tax counsel immediately. The sooner you speak with the IRS or hire counsel to do the same, the greater chance you have of preventing your home from becoming an ‘IRS home.’

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How Far Can The IRS Go To Collect Your Taxes?

The answer to that question is’pretty far,’ according to Justin Hein, managing attorney at Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation, a law firm that has been resolving IRS tax debts for American taxpayers for nearly 20 years. Hein states that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is known as the nation’s most powerful collection agency for good reason.

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What do I do if the IRS freezes my bank account?

The IRS cannot freeze and seize monies in your bank account without proper notice. This is another tactic by the IRS to get your attention. Once your bank receives a notice of seizure of your funds, your bank has an obligation to hold the money for at least 15 days before paying it over to the IRS. You must contact the IRS immediately to negotiate either a partial or a full release of your funds.

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