If you now have a tax lien on your personal assets (maybe business assets),
historically you ignored many payment notices and have outstanding taxes
owed. And the taxes have to be paid in full by a due date. Is MARCS calling
you? The Michigan Accounts Receivable Collection System?
Have you received such notices as: “PROMPT PAYMENT WILL AVOID ACTION
TO ENFORCE THE TAX LIEN…” – OR-“INTENT TO ASSESS”
– OR- “FINAL ASSESSMENT”?
These notices now mean you are moving to a levy of assets.
A Levy means the State is preparing to notify banks to send to them any
money they have received on your behalf. Wage garnishments may also apply.
But, again, to have the State resort to this action, you have ignored assessment
notices, lien notices, warrants and possibly ignored a Revenue Officer
that came to your door. Do you want the State to garnish your wages and
leave you with little to live on?
Liens and levies are time-sensitive, which means specific dates for action
are referred to in the notices. We must act before the deadlines. You have 35 days to pay your final tax
bill before the lien will be placed.
How can we assist you when you receive a lien or levy notice?
- We will clearly explain to you what happened.
- We will analyze historically the basis for the lien or levy. Can we find
anywhere that the State may be wrong or have incorrect information? Are
they missing returns?
- We will contact the State and stop the levy and request “time”
to resolve the issue. Such resolutions include the discussion at State
of Michigan Tax Payment Plans. We will meet with a Revenue Officer if required.
We will do everything we can to allow you to live as normal as you can
under these circumstances.
Schedule your consultation with our business advisors today at