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IRS Tax Debt Relief in Arkansas
Stressed about owing back taxes to the federal government or state of Arkansas? No one enjoys owing money—and it can be even more worrisome when your creditor is the government. But an Arkansas tax attorney may be able to help you find a solution to your federal and Arkansas tax debt problem.
If you owe money to the government, the Internal Revenue Service and Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration will aggressively try to collect the taxes they are owed. You can expect them to:
- Mail you tax notices, which include an estimate or actual accounting of your unpaid taxes as well as tax penalties in the form of interest charges and late-payment penalties.
- File a tax lien against assets you own, such as your house and car. The lien is a type of legal claim that will prevent you from selling your property, getting a new loan against it or refinancing any existing loans.
- Report the tax lien to the credit bureaus, which may lower your credit score
- Seize and sell your property—including your home, motor vehicle, paycheck and bank accounts—and use the proceeds to pay your federal and Arkansas tax debt
Legally, the government has about 10 years in which to collect your unpaid taxes. Your Arkansas tax debt attorney can help you calculate exactly how much time you have until the tax is forgiven.
Find & Hire an Arkansas Tax Relief Attorney
Rather than spending the next 10 years dodging the government, instead consider trying to find a solution to your tax debt problem? An Arkansas tax relief lawyer can help you explore your legal options. The government recognizes that a number of factors can cause people to owe back taxes, and programs are in place to help taxpayers pay what they can afford.
Your Arkansas tax lawyer can also help you correct erroneous tax bills and appeal tax rulings that negatively affect you.
If you're ready to find and hire a local Arkansas tax debt lawyer, then Attorneys.com can help. Whether you live in Little Rock, Fayetteville, Fort Smith or elsewhere in Arkansas, we offer a free service that can connect you to a local Arkansas tax attorney. Simply call us at 877-913-7222 or complete the short form on this page to get started.