ARCHIVED SEMINARS ARE FOR VIEWING PURPOSES ONLY.
THE SEMINAR CONTENT IS NO LONGER CURRENT AND DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR ANY CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT.
ARCHIVE DATE: JUNE 2013
The Taxpayer Advocate Service presented this seminar at the 2010 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, and the information was correct at the time of recording.
The IRS can file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) when a taxpayer owes a tax debt. An NFTL can be an effective collection tool but can have a devastating impact on the taxpayer, affecting a taxpayer's credit, his or her ability to get financing, find or keep a job and secure housing and insurance. Ultimately, the NFTL can lead to non-payment of the tax bill. In this session, learn about how and when the IRS files liens, options for releasing them and when it is appropriate to request a lien withdrawal. This seminar helps you help our clients deal with this issue, and to know when it is appropriate to ask for assistance from the Taxpayer Advocate Service.
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