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Quality, Quantity and Pricing of IRS Liens

Quality, Quantity and Pricing of IRS Liens

Answering Your Three Big Questions Here at FederalTaxLienSearch.com we help Tax Problem Resolution professionals reach fresh new lien recipients. It's what works the best at our tax practice and we want to share best practices with other professionals. There's no shortage of work to be done helping taxpayers and we can't eat the whole pie ourselves. I enjoy running this site because I frequently get to speak with new tax professionals and entrepreneurs. Sometimes it's a fresh EA looking for a few hundred  records a month and other times it's the owner of a nationwide firm seeking thousands a week. The conversation always moves ...

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New Hampshire IRS Tax Liens

New Hampshire IRS Tax Liens

Thanks to our focus on continually improving our research methods and staffing, FederalTaxLienSearch.com is pleased to offer IRS tax lien record lists filed on residents in the state of New Hampshire. Our service now covers nearly the entire state of NH, including Hillsborough, Rockingham, Strafford, Grafton, Cheshire, Balknap, Sullivan and Cocos Counties. Major cities and towns covered include Manchester, Nashua, Derry, Dover, Rochester and Salem. Call Houston today at 1-321-337-4172 or contact him via email (Houston@FederalTaxLienSearch.com). We'll be happy to answer all your questions and guide you through best practices. Sending direct mail to recent IRS debtors can jump start your Enrolled Agent (EA), ...

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IRS Resumes NYC and NJ Tax Liens

IRS Resumes NYC and NJ Tax Liens

IRS Resumes Collections Efforts in NYC and NJ You may recall from our earlier post that IRS had paused most collections enforcement actions in November of 2012. In the past few weeks, we've seen post-Hurricane Sandy IRS lien filings start again in New York City and New Jersey. The total counts are still a bit slow in certain areas, but we do see liens being filed back to nearly full capacity in NYC. Does your tax problem resolution practice need fresh records of tax lien recipients in NYC, New Jersey, or other areas around the country? Call Houston at 321-337-4172 or email Houston@FederalTaxLienSearch.com to learn how we ...

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Arizona IRS Lien Records

Arizona IRS Lien Records

IRS Tax Lien Marketing Lists in Arizona FederalTaxLienSearch.com has now added Arizona to the states in which we collect IRS Notice of Federal Tax Lien records. Updated weekly, we cover the major counties of Maricopa, Yavapai, Yuma and more. Your tax problem resolution CPA EA or JD practice can now target the Phoenix, Mesa, Flagstaff and Prescott markets among many others in the Grand Canyon State. Every list we sell includes the date filed, amount owed, tax type and balance, and the full name and mailing address of the recipient; sample spreadsheet available upon request. Combine Arizona IRS lien lists with other ...

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Ohio IRS Tax Lien Records

Ohio IRS Tax Lien Records

Get Ohio IRS Federal Tax Lien Records Does your IRS tax problem resolution practice need to reach tax lien recipients in the Buckeye State? Good news! FederalTaxLienSearch.com has begun compiling fresh IRS tax lien records from the state of Ohio. If you would like to reach taxpayers facing imminent IRS enforcement action, such as levies and wage garnishments, reaching them with your message before the competition does is vital. Do it with direct mail using our new Ohio IRS federal tax lien list service! Contact us today and let's launch your custom marketing project. We can assist your CPA, EA, or Tax Attorney practice ...

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Largest Tax Problem Firm Goes Bust

Largest Tax Problem Firm Goes Bust

Taxmasters Files Bankruptcy Petition Not three months after tax problem resolution giant JK Harris shut their doors, the next biggest company in the industry looks to be on their way out as well. Taxmasters has filed for voluntary bankruptcy protection, which was announced on March 16th. Thanks to Jay Freeborne at Tax Problem Resolution Blog for bringing this story to my attention. I've talked with dozens of taxpayers that have dealt with companies like Taxmasters and JK Harris, and one message is clear: these sorts of outfits are no match to what a reputable firm can deliver. It's an exciting time to be ...

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Attorney Marketing Issues

Attorney Marketing Issues

Tax Problem Resolution Attorney Advertising Restrictions If you're a lawyer, you likely know that there are significant Bar Association marketing rules to protect the public from unscrupulous counsel. Here in Florida, there is a plethora of rules one must abide by in order to stay within the regulations and keep one's ability to practice law. Keep in mind that I am not an attorney- I'm an Enrolled Agent- and this should not be considered legal advice. Make sure to perform additional research before relying on the following information. Each state has its own rules to abide by, but let's discuss Florida since ...

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Write Your Tax Lien Marketing Letter

Write Your Tax Lien Marketing Letter

Write Your Tax Lien Marketing Letter I've spoken with several tax resolution practitioners that confidently declare they will build their practice with direct mail to emulate successful practices. Unfortunately, some get stuck when they have to design and write their mail piece. Let's break down the process so you don't join the ranks of the dreamers that stay asleep. First and foremost, you want to put yourself in the shoes of the person who, just days before, received a Certified Letter from the IRS notifying them that their property is now subject to a Federal Tax Lien. Imagine that, what a scary ...

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Lifestyles of the CNC and Famous

Lifestyles of the CNC and Famous

Is Casey Anthony's IRS Tax Problem Resolved? Besides to protect their interest in all property, one of the main reasons the IRS files Federal Tax Liens is to notify the public that a business or individual owes the government money. Because credit bureaus collect this information,  lenders are more wary of extending credit to FTL recipients. And when you're a celebrity, it usually makes the news. Right here in our backyard, Casey Marie Anthony (of tabloid fame) seems to be having some tax troubles. Her first tax lien was filed back in May, listing her 2008 calendar year 1040 debt as $68,520.41.  See ...

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