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Tax lien tactics, part 2: removing or limiting a lien

In the first part of this post, we gave an example of how the IRS can use federal tax liens as part of its collection actions. The case involved a rap musician by the name of Rick Ross who once played Vegas but ran into trouble with the IRS for alleged underpayment of his taxes.

What can the IRS do to collect a tax debt?

If you owe money to the IRS because of unpaid income taxes, the agency will send you a bill. This bill will detail the balance you owe plus any associated penalties or interest. The bill will demand a full payment of the entire balance, and you may be concerned about what actions the government will take to collect the money from you if you cannot pay it all at once. In order to collect a tax debt from you, the IRS can take the following actions.

Tax scams and more tax scams

It's hard enough to get your taxes paid without having to worry about tax scams. After all, the tax code is incredibly complex. And there are all sorts of reasons why you may be in financial difficulty, making it hard to come up with the money.

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