IRS Lien Discharge
Remove Tax Liens With the Tax Lawyers at Pearson Butler
Pearson Butler has helped hundreds of hardworking business owners resolve their tax problems and remove all IRS liens from their properties. The firm’s tax attorneys have decades of experience helping businesses across the state resolve their tax debt issues, working from offices in South Jordan, Bountiful, and Utah County to better serve you.
If your company owes taxes, the IRS can make a legal claim to its property, in the form of a lien. This may apply if the following conditions are met:
- A valid tax assessment was made by the IRS;
- You were given notice and demand for payment within 60 days of the assessment; and
- You failed to pay the amount assessed.
While not as immediately devastating as a bank levy or wage garnishment, IRS tax liens put a real damper on your ability to maintain ownership of your company’s property and financial assets. A lien on your company’s property will prevent you from selling it, and it is a sign that more aggressive collection efforts are to come. Make sure your interests are protected and that you consider all options available to discharge liens and eliminate your business tax debt.
To learn more, call (800) 265-2314. Pearson Butler offers an initial consultation to review your unique situation and needs.
What Is a Lien Discharge?
A lien discharge occurs when the government’s claim to a company’s property is legally dropped. You may be eligible for a discharge under specific circumstances, and if you are eligible, you must complete and file Form 14135, Application for Certificate of Discharge of Federal Tax Lien. Pearson Butler can file the proper paperwork for you and determine whether you are eligible to apply for a discharge in the first place. If you are not, the firm can work with you to determine how to best remove any tax liens on you or your business’s property.
Helping Businesses Across Utah Remove IRS Liens
A tax lien will be removed if you fully pay your company’s back taxes and penalties. There are alternatives to consider, however, such as an installment agreement, an offer in compromise, penalty abatement, or other methods that can reduce or eliminate your tax debt without having to pay in full. Pearson Butler’s Utah tax lien lawyers can review all of your options with you, so you can make the right choice.
Pearson Butler has experience in resolving even the most difficult tax problems for businesses across Utah. Call (800) 265-2314 today and put this experienced insight to work for your company.