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If you cannot pay your taxes, the IRS has the right and the ability to establish a lien against your property. This might be your house, your company, anything else that you own, and even assets owned by your spouse. In short, if you owe money to the IRS, the IRS may own you in only a few short steps.

Once you have an IRS tax lien filed against you, the difficulties are endless. The lien will show up on your credit report. Banks won’t want to deal with you because they don’t want the extra hassle of having to work with the IRS to take your money. You won’t be able to get a loan for anything… not house, not car… and the revenue from anything you sell will be taken by the IRS until your lien is paid in full.

Fill out the form at the bottom of this page for a FREE Consultation if you need help solving your tax problems.

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Our schedule is very full…but if you call us at (781) 340-1829 or email us we’ll give you two options for coming in right away! We will NOT make dealing with a tax professional as painful as it’s been in the past!

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