How can I find out about Federal and State Tax Liens?

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Question:
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Category: Tax and Taxation Law
Location: KS
Subject: Leins

I am getting ready to file my 2004 taxes and I want to know if there is a way for me to find out if there are any leins, judgements, etc against me that would prohibit me from receiving the amount of refund on my tax return (federal and state). Please advise. Thanks for your help.


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Reply:
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Category: Tax and Taxation Law
Location: KS
Subject: Re: Leins

Yes, you can find out if there are liens and judgments. The easiest way is to call you tax lawyer and have a judgment and tax lien search done. If you know you owe money to the state or IRS, you must assume that your refund will be taken for past due taxes. If the amount of refund is more than $200, you should increase your W-4 exemptions to reduce the amount withheld and increase your weekly take-home pay.

If you have more questions about the tax collection process, please see my website at:

http://www.taxeq.com/

I hope this helps!

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