If a business or individual owe the state taxes the state governments will file a financial judgment in the form of a Tax Warrant or Tax Lien. Liens and warrants can be filed on assets and property such as real estate, vehicles, shares of stock, and accounts receivable.
Once the state has filed a tax warrant, they may legally proceed with enforced collections. This means that they may initiate asset seizures, levy bank accounts, garnish wages, and even levy accounts-receivable.
Tax Warrants and Tax Liens are interchangeable in function and differ only in name. The IRS issues Tax Liens, while the following states issue both Tax Liens and Tax Warrants:
California, which has three tax divisions:
You are not alone. The recession is hurting more people every day. The number of taxpayers with past due liabilities has hit an all-time high. According to the IRS, both business and individual tax filings and payments are down because people are struggling to pay their tax bill.
If you are among the millions that are behind on taxes, you have come to the right place for help.
Larson Financial's experienced tax resolution and tax warrant experts will get between you and the government, keep your assets and income safe, and get you back on track.