IRS tax liens are designed to secure the IRS’s interest in your assets. It can be attached to property like houses, vacation homes, and more. Even if you don’t have any property, it can attach to property that you may obtain in the future.

When a lien is placed on anything you own, your rights are limited. You may not be able to open any new credit accounts or take out loans, because the lien will appear on your credit report and lower your FICO score. Additionally, you may not be able to access any of the money in your bank accounts, because your assets may be frozen. You will not be able to sell your vehicles because the titles to them will not be free and clear, due to the lien. Your best course of action to protect your assets is to work with the IRS in order to pay your debt to them.

The good news is that your tax lien can released, withdrawn, or subordinated. Like anything else involving the IRS, these actions require forms to be properly filed with the IRS and then savvy negotiations can be the difference maker. This is where Enterprise Consultants Group can help you. Once the proper form action has been taken by our tax professionals on your behalf, the IRS will discharge the lien on your property, once again making you the sole owner, free and clear. Your cars, trucks, boats, home, and other physical objects will then be yours to continue enjoying.

At the Enterprise Conultants Group, our team has this process down to science, and can assist you with all your tax lien removal needs. We have a proven track record of success in IRS lien resolutions. Give us a call today at (800) 575-9284 for a free and confidential consultation.