Re: Tax lein
Posted by Tony Dennison on 6/28/07
All the IRS needs to do is send out a letter of notice of
lien, followed by, after a certain amount of time, a notice
of levy...If you cantact an attorney soon enough, you can
get a judge involved to stop the taking of your money...you
can also use aministrative avenues within the IRS.
The company really has no choice but to obey a levy notice
from the IRS.
When in doubt call a tax attorney.
You can call me if you want or check out my webpage for some
I hope this helped.
Tony Dennison Esq.
On 2/06/07, doc wrote:
> The IRS recently put a tax lein on my retirement check
> from the company I retired from. Don't they legally have
> to have a court order or have authorisation from the
> Secretary of the Treasury. It was only signed by a field
> agent with no authorisation by SOT. Can I sue the company
> that let them take money out of my check if this is not
> legal? thanks
Nope and nope
Posts on this thread, including this one
- Tax lein, 2/06/07, by doc.
- Re: Tax lein, 6/28/07, by Tony Dennison.