Category: Tax Lien

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Tax Liens 101 (Part 2): How Do I Stop an IRS Tax Lien?
Welcome back to Tax Liens 101! We’re glad to have you with us in our two-part series as we cover all things IRS tax liens, from what tax liens are and how the IRS assesses them to how to get rid of them once at for all. At StopIRSDebt.com, we belie...
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Tax Liens 101 (Part 1): What Happens During an IRS Tax Lien?
If you’re reading this, it’s not too late! You may think you’ve hit the end of the road or that your tax debt has spun out of control. Maybe you think you’re in too deep or you received a letter telling you the IRS is going to place a tax lie...
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Credit Score Lowered by A Tax Lien? Not Anymore.
Delinquent tax debt plagues many Americans – but now there’s some relief. Tax liens are now being removed from credit reports which will improve credit scores and providing those with poor credit a better chance to rebuild. All of the pressin...
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How to Prep for Next Year Now – It’s More Than Saving Receipts
2018 is half over – are you thinking about next year’s filing? Well, you should be. You already know that most of the hassle is often due to time spent gathering documents, scratching your head to remember deductions, and other administrative pap...
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What to Do When Your Return Is Rejected
Filing your taxes can be a huge undertaking, even if your financial situation hasn’t changed much since last year, so submitting or mailing is often quite the stress relief. But what happens if the IRS rejects your return? Why does it get rejected?...
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How to Stop a Tax Lien from Ruining Your Credit
Receiving a letter from the IRS can be scary. But a tax lien is not as terrifying as it sounds. You can stop a tax lien or even remove a tax lien from your credit files before it damages your credit score if you know the right steps to take. What Is ...
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Interest Rates On Taxes Are Increasing
As if you needed another reason to file your taxes on time and avoid penalties, the IRS announced that interest rates are increasing for the quarter that began April 1, 2018. The interest raise has more implications than just more money owed for over...
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Understanding Pre-Tax and Post-Tax Dollars
Many taxpayers assume all earnings, income, and benefits are taxed the same whether it’s now or later; it’s a bit more complicated than that, and some things are not taxed at all. Understanding the taxes of each component of your finances will al...
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Ready to Get Ahead for the 2018 Tax Season?
If your New Year’s resolutions have already started to slip away (how many times have you been to the gym?), you still have plenty of time to achieve a financial win by preparing for next year’s tax season, starting right now. Getting an earl...
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Don’t Miss These Upcoming IRS Deadlines
Google, Outlook, or a tried and true notepad? Whatever your preference, mark your calendars with these important tax dates. Keeping track (or failing to) can lead to a bigger refund or higher taxes! The important dates kick off just this week. Open E...
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