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We know the story: things are tight financially, so you either (1) do not file the tax return, or (2) file the return but don’t pay the balance due. But do not worry, you tell yourself, next year will be better. Now it is 2-3 years later and a letter arrives from the IRS, and the threats start,...
Given my background as a former IRS Revenue Officer (25 years) I can assure you that the IRS is more than happy to allow the house to be sold. It saves the IRS the expense of Seizure and Sell of the property. The only thing the IRS and NCDOR for State Certificates of Lien require is that the se...