Posts Tagged ‘IRS tax liens’

Charlie Sheen Pays Tax Lien for Lindsay Lohan

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

It appears Lindsay Lohan’s legendary IRS tax issues may be a thing of the past thanks to Charlie Sheen. According to a TMZ article, titled Charlie Sheen Paid Lindsay Lohan $100K to Cover Tax Debt the “no stranger to controversy” Sheen, befriended Lohan on the set of “Scary Movie 5” and decided to write her a check for $100K to help her pay down her massive tax debt, apparently out
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Celebrity Tax Troubles Hint at IRS’s Watchful Eye

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

The IRS has been busting celebrities. But you and your neighbors aren’t safe from the taxman either.
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O.J. Simpson will be remembered for many things.
He was a football player.
He was a product spokesman and actor.
He was an accused murderer who was found not guilty in a criminal trial only to be found guilty later in a civil one.
He was an armed robber who went after sports memorabilia.
But there’s one more thing
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Get Tax Relief for Paying Back Taxes to the IRS Even if You’re Broke

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

Sometimes back taxes happen to good people. If you owe the IRS money for unpaid taxes, then you are probably feeling overwhelmed by the desire to stick your head in the sand and are in desperate need of professional back tax help. If you owe back taxes you can’t afford to pay, don’t panic. Check out these insider tax tips that can help you obtain immediate tax relief to help
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Tax Lien Filed Against Actor Nicholas Cage for $6 Million Tax Debt Owed to the IRS

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

If you owe taxes, the federal government will file an IRS tax lien against you.  Do you know what an IRS tax lien means?  First and foremost, it means you are in tax debt and owe the IRS money.  A tax lien filed against you also means that this is on the public record and it shows up on your credit report.  A tax lien can tie up your personal property
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Two Tax Rules: Avoid Tax Scams and If You Need Tax Relief Consult a Tax Professional

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

As I’ve blogged before, tax scams will only get you in trouble with the law!  If you are having tax problems, seek professional tax help.  Tax Resolution Services can help you find tax relief as we have helped many others.  Our tax help testimonials speak for themselves!  Our Offer in Compromise tax settlement rate is $0.13 on the dollar!  Read more about our tax relief road map - what to expect when resolving
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Avoiding Taxes Like this Man from Akron Can Get You Prison Time and an IRS Tax Lien Against You

Friday, September 25th, 2009

If you owe the IRS taxes, they can file a federal IRS tax lien against you!  With a tax lien filed against you or your business, your credit is affected.  It shows up on your credit report and will make it difficult, or impossible, to obtain financing for an automobile or a home.  How does an IRS tax lien get filed against you?  A great example is this man in Akron, Ohio,
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Ask the Tax Resolution Expert: Can Tax Liens Come Back to Haunt You After Two Decades?

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

Tax liens can be financially crippling. If you have questions about your IRS tax problems, such as IRS payment plans, offers in compromise, IRS tax liens, bankruptcy laws or have any other general tax questions, you can call our office at 1-866-IRS-PROBLEMS or visit www.taxresolution.com to answer your IRS tax questions!
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Question: In 1992 I lost my job and I had 2 tax liens discharged by bankruptcy in 1995.  I lost
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Ask The Tax Resolution Expert – Is the IRS Offer in Compromise Program or IRS Payment Plan for me?

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

Wondering about IRS payment plans, offers in compromise, IRS tax liens, bankruptcy laws or have any other general tax questions?  Call our office at 1-866-IRS-PROBLEMS or visit www.taxresolution.com to get them answered!
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Question: Like others who have asked questions here, I owe a substantial amount to the IRS. But I fear I won’t qualify for the Offer in Compromise programyou have mentioned, because I still make a sizeable salary. Do
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