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The IRS Alter Ego Theory of Liability

The IRS Alter Ego Theory of Liability

When a taxpayer has an outstanding tax liability, the IRS has authority, subject to due process considerations, to seize the taxpayer’s personal assets such as bank accounts, wages, and property to satisfy the tax debt.  Under an alter ego theory…

The Federal Tax Levy: A Harbinger of Exaction

Segal Cohen & Landis The Federal Tax Levy

The Internal Revenue Service has sweeping powers in the form of the federal tax levy to collect when you don’t pay your taxes. It can take a significant portion of your paycheck, freeze the seize the funds in your bank…

Selling Property Subject to a Federal Tax Lien

Selling Property Subject to a Federal Tax Lien

As discussed in our last article, “The Federal Tax Lien: A Staple of IRS Enforcement Action,” the Internal Revenue Service will file a tax lien against you when you fail to pay your taxes.  The lien attaches to all property…

The Federal Tax Lien: A Staple of IRS Enforcement Action

Federal Lien

Every year the Internal Revenue Service files hundreds of thousands of tax liens against individuals and businesses that have not paid their taxes.  Federal tax liens jeopardize your assets, affect your credit, and can lead to more serious IRS action…

Tax Lien Featured Article

Tax Lien

An IRS tax lien; is it something to be feared or ignored? For millions of American taxpayers every year an “IRS tax lien” is a familiar tax collection method. That’s because the federal government often uses an IRS tax lien…

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