State Tax Lien Removal

State Tax Lien Removal

state tax lien removal

Have you been receiving collection calls from a state tax lien? Have you noticed your payments are not coming on time, but instead they seem to be going out twice a month or even several times a week? You may want to consider the option of a state tax lien removal. In many instances, when you first receive collection calls or notices of delinquency from a state agency, you may want to try and avoid dealing with them. In some cases, this may not be possible. If this is the case, the next step may be to look into federal tax lien removal options. There are two main ways to remove federal tax lien: calling in to the Federal Tax Lien Hotline or working with a debt settlement company. Let’s take a look at each.

When you call in to the hotline for the Federal Tax Lien Hotline, it’s important to have all of your correct information prepared. You’ll want to know if you are delinquent; if so, how much past due payments you are, how much in arrears you are, and the name of your original creditor. Once you’ve called in, you’ll likely be transferred to an agent who will help you resolve any discrepancies between your records and the information the agency has received. The agent will ask you for all of the applicable documentation, such as pay stubs, bank statements, and payment agreement documents. He or she may also ask for verification of income and assets from the original creditor. If you’re working with a debt resolution company, this option may work better for you. Often, these companies can negotiate with creditors on your behalf to have tax lien removal filed. To do this, they must obtain court approval. If you file the papers incorrectly, they could also be forced to file bankruptcy, which is not what you want to do. That said, there are companies who specialize in helping people remove liens who don’t have the proper knowledge and experience to handle such proceedings.

State Tax Lien Removal Assistance

If you are unable to come to an agreement with the original creditor, you may also seek the assistance of an attorney. The same process described above applies, only this time, you would need the assistance of a tax lawyer. He or she can help you determine which options are available to you and then negotiate a fair settlement. In many cases, your state tax lien removal service can help you get out of the payroll tax debts you owe to the IRSIf you believe that you are behind on your taxes, but don’t know how to remove a tax lien, you may qualify for a federal judgment discharge. There are two ways to apply: by going through the court system, or online. Although applying directly through the court system will likely be faster, it may come with more hurdles and higher fees. Online filing will generally result in a quicker processing time, but you must pay for the service, and there is no way to know if you will qualify for a federal tax judgment discharge before you begin.

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