IRS Tax Liens San Diego
Strictly speaking a tax lien is a legal claim to your property as security for your tax or fee debt. Usually you would receive a preliminary notice at least 30 days before filing a lien with the county recorder.
Liens, levies and offsets are three ways to collect unpaid taxes. A lien provides public notice to your creditors that someone has a claim against your property. When the debt is paid, the lien is released. A levy gives the creditor the authority to actually take and sell your property to satisfy the debt. An offset occurs when the taxes that you owe are deducted (offset) from a refund due by another government agency. If you do not pay your liabilities or make arrangements to settle your tax or fee debt, BOE may levy (seize) any type of real or personal property that you own or have an interest in.
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