The IRS and other tax authorities can file liens against all your property. Liens affect your property’s title, making it impossible to sell or refinance until you repay the debt. These liens can even result in you losing the property through foreclosure, attachment, or repossession. A tax lien covers everything you own, your home, your vehicle, money in your bank accounts, and even your retirement savings.
Usually, the government follows the required procedures. But if a taxpayer ignores this debt and refuses to pay, the authorities can seize your property. So a tax lien is an emergency. Unfortunately, a tax lien lets the government take your property for your tax debt and pay any interest and penalties you owe. Often, the interests and penalties are more than the underlying tax debt. But, of course, the Vegas Debt Solutions team can offer you immediate help to solve this overwhelming problem.