4 Potential Consequences of an IRS Action
When you make a mistake on your tax forms, intentionally deceive the IRS, or owe tax money, the IRS may take action against you that can leave you with a number of financial and personal burdens. There are a variety of actions that the IRS can take against a person who owes them money. Each of these actions could affect a person in serious ways.
If you or someone you know is facing action from the IRS, contact our experienced tax relief attorneys of the Tax Relief Law Center today by filling out our contact form at the top of this page. We can work with you to help you fight action from the IRS and may be able to prevent you from suffering burdensome financial trouble.
4 Possible Legal Consequences
When the IRS is owed money, an individual or business could face severe legal consequences. Four of the more common ways in which the IRS will seek to obtain the money it is owed include:
- Loss / reduction of wages
- Tax liens
- Tax levies
- Loss / seizure of property
These consequences can be devastating for both businesses and individuals. Having the IRS take action against you can not only be frightening and stressful, but also seriously complicate or affect your life. Contact a qualified attorney today to discuss your options in the event that the IRS takes action against you.
If you or someone you know is facing an action from the IRS, contact the qualified tax relief attorneys of the Tax Relief Law Center today by filling out our contact form at the top of this page.