More and More Americans Need Legal Representation for Tax Debt Issues. What Are the Most Common Mistakes that Americans Do?

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The estate tax has been an important source of federal revenue for nearly a century, yet a number of misconceptions continue to surround it. Michael Anidjar of Anidjar Auerbach Law shares some important tips which every taxpayer should know.

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More Americans need top-quality legal representation for a wide range of issues. Few of them have years old debts, others have recent debts, but they realized that ignoring the problem with the hope that one day it will go away causes serious consequences

Receiving an Audit: One of the Biggest Fears of Americans

With 210 million businesses and individual tax annually, Americans make mistakes that might cost both additional taxes and penalties. According to a survey conducted by Tax Help, some of them fear of an audit, others cannot file their tax return on time, or cannot afford to pay all the taxes. Others simply need more than a payment extension.

"More and more Americans need top-quality legal representation, for a wide range of issues. One of them have years old debts, others have relatively recent debts, but all of them realized that ignoring the problem with the hope that one day it will go away causes serious consequences,” declares Michael Anidjar, Tax Attorney at Anidjar Auerbach Law. "They need a legal team which is engaged to use every stratagem, tool, and resource necessary to secure the most effective tax debt relief solution for them," he completes.

Simple Solutions for The Federal Tax Lien that Too Few People Are Aware

The Financial security of many Americans is seriously threatened by outstanding tax liabilities, situation in which the IRS may record a Federal Tax Lien against the taxpayer.

For example, for taxpayers who own real property, it will not be possible to sell the property without addressing the lien. Moreover, taxpayers who are applying for a loan or other form of credit will have a difficult time getting approved because of the detrimental affect a Federal Tax Lien has on a credit score. A Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) is very different than a FTL. The actual lien is the legal document that as a matter of law provides the IRS certain rights against a taxpayer’s property.

"A NFTL is exactly a notice to the public that the IRS has a lien against the taxpayer. In this regard, the NFTL is the evidence of the lien that provides notice to credit bureaus, lenders, or others who would be concerned with a person’s financial situation or history," explains Michael Anidjar.

Common Mistakes in Florida, According to Anidjar Auerbach’s Experts

A common mistake that Americans do is that they don’t send the request to withdraw a NFTL in writing. The writing must include the name, address, tax identification number, copy of the NFTL, basis for withdrawal (one of the situations listed above), list of names and addresses of who to notify that the withdrawal occurred, and a disclosure waiver (this just provides the IRS permission to notify those persons you requested be notified).

Contact Person: Michael Anidjar, michael(at)aalawllc(dot)com

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Anidjar Auerbach is a legal company that accentuates simple core values, like integrity, advocacy and understanding. Their approach to legal representation always takes into consideration the unique needs and goals of each client. For more details visit http://www.aalawllc.com.

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