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A tax levy involves the forced collection of taxes, usually by seizing funds from a bank account or paycheck. To collect a tax debt, a levy seizes the property.
You haven’t filed your federal income tax return for this year or previous years. Regardless of your reason for not filing a required return, you still have to pay off your taxes owed to the IRS.
A tax lien is a document filed by the IRS to safeguard the government's authority to collect money. When a property is sold, a lien is placed on it to ensure that the IRS is paid.
Back taxes are unpaid taxes from one or a collection of tax years. This may impede your refund status as the IRS might withhold your IRS refund to pay off your IRS debt.
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