At Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C., we pride ourselves in being Louisiana attorneys serving our friends and neighbors of this great state. We’re lifelong residents of Louisiana, because when you live in a beautiful, unique state like ours, why would you ever leave?
Our roots give us deep insight into the needs of our fellow “Loosianans.” With over 38 years of combined legal experience, you can rest assured that we know Louisiana tax laws and IRS tax laws. We are committed to representing our clients of all walks of life to find the best solution to their tax problems.
There’s a reason why the Better Business Bureau gives Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. an A+ rating. We put our clients first. From your Initial Consultation, we’ll hear your story and uncover all aspects of your tax dilemma.
Unfortunately, many of our clients come to us only after they’ve used one of those national tax resolution firms advertised on TV or elsewhere. Many of these fly-by-night outfits aren’t even licensed to practice law in Louisiana. They are literally like the out-of-town salesmen – here today, gone tomorrow. They’ll just take a person’s money and never do anything for them. We guarantee that will never happen at Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C.
In the latest installment of Talkin’ Tax, the Brysons address a popular topic and provide valuable insights into some of the IRS’ most common tactics.
What really is the difference between a lien and levy and how do these impact me?
This is the question asked frequently at their offices and it’s important to understand the fundamental differences between the two. Regardless of which you receive, timely action is the most important part!
So sit back, relax, and enjoy another enlightening episode full of beneficial information that can help if you find yourself receiving a lien or levy from the IRS.
0:24 – Overview on the topic of the day
2:20 – What is the difference between a lien and a levy?
10:30 – How the liens can impact your assets
14:50 – How the Brysons handle liens with their clients
17:48 – How a levy is handed down by the IRS
22:42 – The element of ‘good faith’ when addressing issues with the IRS
27:13 – An example of going through the levy process with a client
34:40 – Liens and levys can become messy if you don’t tend to them quickly
36:47 – Closing remarks
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