Federal Tax Lien

Tax liens can make your life miserable. Federal tax liens are public records that indicate you owe the IRS back taxes. They are typically filed with the County Clerk in the county where you or your business operates.

Because they are public records, they will show up on your business credit report. Additionally, federal tax liens can often make it difficult for you to obtain financing for an automobile or a home. Federal tax liens attach to your personal property and real estate. Once a federal tax lien is filed against your property, you cannot sell or transfer that property until the lien is addressed.

At Omni Tax Solutions, we’re here to help you resolve your lien and settle your tax problems for good.

Contact us today for a free tax debt relief consultation at (855) 529-3214.

What Is a Federal Tax Lien?

A federal tax lien is a statutory claim against all property owned by a person owing taxes. The filing of a federal tax lien provides security to the IRS for payment of the tax debt owing.

Federal tax liens are filed when a taxpayer doesn’t pay their back taxes. These liens include tax, penalties, and interest owed. 


Federal Tax Lien Information

All assets of an individual or business that owes back taxes are subject to the federal tax lien.

This can make financing or selling assets difficult. These difficulties can be addressed by requesting certain forms of relief with the IRS such as a lien withdrawal, discharge, subordination, or certificate of non-attachment. 

Getting a Federal Tax Lien Resolved

Federal tax liens don’t just go away on their own. And, the problem never becomes easier by ignoring it.

Paying your tax debt in full will release the federal tax lien. If this is not realistic for your situation, other solutions may be available, depending on the age of the debt, how much is owed, and your history of interactions with the IRS.

To understand what your options are, the best course of action is to consult with a qualified tax resolution specialist. At Omni Tax Solutions, we are people helping people get past their federal tax lien problems and move on with their lives.

Call us today for a free consultation and to get more information about state tax problems and tax relief. The number is (855) 529-3214.