IRS Tax Collections

Some taxpayers are completely unaware that they owe tax, and yet find that a Notice of Federal Tax Lien has been filed against their property or rights to property. This can have devastating effects for those trying to refinance a mortgage or purchase a home or automobile.

The IRS has the right and the ability to file tax liens if the tax liability is not paid off within 10 days of demand. You will have the right and ability to dispute the filing of a tax lien within 30 days of receiving the notice, but by then the damage is done. In other words, the IRS files the lien, then you can dispute it. The lien may show up on credit reports, though. Similarly, the IRS has the right and the ability to levy (garnish) bank accounts and wages, 30 days after sending a Collection Due Process demand.

David A. Sprecace will provide peace of mind that you will not have to endure IRS tax collection action alone, but with a tax attorney of more than 23 years’ experience. Call 303-454-8260 or email Dave at to set up a phone consultation.