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2015 Expanded Coverage

2015 Expanded Coverage

Big news! Just recently we've dramatically expanded our geographic coverage for where our IRS tax lien records are available. How'd we do it? We hired researchers to physically visit hundreds of county offices each week. This is a very, very big deal. If you buy our lists it'll give you an edge over your competition. High-quality lists available sooner and still at very low prices... it's a no-brainer to contact us today. Some of our newly available states & counties: North Carolina - Mecklenburg - Wake - Guilford - Forsyth - Durham - Gaston - Cumberland - Alamance - dozens more New York - Suffolk - Onondaga - Nassau - we already cover NYC & other NY counties Virginia - Arlington - Loudoun - Henrico - Prince William - Richmond - Chesterfield - Virginia Beach New Jersey - ...

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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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NYC and NJ IRS Liens Suspended

NYC and NJ IRS Liens Suspended

IRS Suspends Collections Efforts in NYC and NJ Hurricane Sandy has disrupted millions of lives in the New York and New Jersey metro areas. Thankfully, IRS has appeared to grant a brief respite to collections efforts against taxpayers living in some of the hardest-hit areas. Last month, I spoke with a Revenue Officer in Queens, NY who stated that collections efforts against most taxpayers would be suspended until February 2013. Around mid-November, we noticed that there was a dramatic fall-off in NJ and NYC Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) filings. Where we would normally see approx. 200 liens filed weekly, we ...

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