How Do I Get My Federal Tax Lien Discharged?

By: Chris Sove, November 2020. Categorized Under: Tax Articles

The IRS may discharge your Federal Tax Lien under certain circumstances, allowing you to sell the property free of the lien. There are five primary circumstances under which a Federal Tax Lien may be discharged.

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How Do I Get the IRS to Withdraw a Federal Tax Lien?

By: Chris Sove, September 2020. Categorized Under: Tax Articles

If you have a Federal Tax Lien on your property, the best case scenario is to have the IRS withdraw the lien. Withdrawal not only removes the lien but also eliminates any trace of the lien on your credit report. It’s as if the lien had never been filed. Unfortunately, only select situations will qualify for Federal Tax Lien Withdrawal. A tax lien may be removed for any one of four general reasons:

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You Received a Notice from the IRS! Now What? ( Part 2 )

By: Chris Sove, September 2020. Categorized Under: Tax Articles

You received a notice from the IRS. That's bad enough (unless they're giving you a refund, of course), but this notice is particularly scary. Near the top, in bold, it says "Final Notice - Notice of Intent to Levy" or maybe one of the following equally disturbing messages: "Notice of Jeopardy Levy and Right of Appeal", or "Notice of Levy on Your State Tax Refund - Notice of Your Right to a Hearing", or "Post Levy Collection Due Process (CDP) Notice." What should you do?

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You've received IRS Form 668(Y)(c), Notice of Federal Tax Lien. What Now?

By: Chris Sove , November, 2020. Categorized Under: Tax Articles

You've received IRS Form 668(Y)(c), Notice of Federal Tax Lien. What does this mean? What should I do next? What can I expect? Chris, our expert Tax Consultant answers these questions and more.

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You've received IRS Form CP 05, Notice of Federal Tax Lien. What Now?

By: Chris Sove , November, 2020. Categorized Under: Tax Articles

You've received IRS Form CP 05, IRS Notice CP 05 is the IRS’s way of letting you know that your return was selected for review. Does receiving the notice mean that you did something wrong? Not necessarily. Returns are selected for review for various reasons.

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Help! Where's my Zoom Meeting ID and Password?

By: Olivia Jarzabek, November, 2020. Categorized Under: General Court Articles

Are you looking for the Zoom meeting login information for your court hearing or proceecding in Cook, Will, DuPage or Lake counties in Illinois? Look no further! We've got you covered with an updated resource on how to find your Zoom login information.

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Is a Last Will and Testament Good Enough?

By: Chris Sove, September 2020. Categorized Under: Estate Planning Articles

A lot of people treat the word “Probate” like a four-letter word, but what’s the big deal? In this article, you’ll learn what a Will is and why using a Will for estate planning means Probate.What Is a Will? A Will is just a piece of paper unless it’s been filed with a probate court. That's the only place it does anything!

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You Received a Notice from the IRS! Now What?

By: Chris Sove, September 2020. Categorized Under: Tax Articles

You received a notice from the IRS. That's bad enough (unless they're giving you a refund, of course), but this notice is particularly scary. Near the top, in bold, it says "Final Notice - Notice of Intent to Levy" or maybe one of the following equally disturbing messages: "Notice of Jeopardy Levy and Right of Appeal", or "Notice of Levy on Your State Tax Refund - Notice of Your Right to a Hearing", or "Post Levy Collection Due Process (CDP) Notice." What should you do?

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