NOTICE – Lien, Levy, IRS must follow…..
First it is all about NOTICE.
IRS generally sends you two BILLS for a tax due, generally thirty days apart.
Then, if you do not respond adequately in there opinion, they send a NOTICE OF LIEN.
Then, if you do not respond adequately in their opinion within as little as 3 days, they send a NOTICE OF LEVY.
Then, if you do not respond adequately in their opinion within as little as 10 days, they start noticing banks and employers to turn over money (your property) to them.
All NOTICEs OF LIEN are required to be recorded into your county recorders office, as evidence of notice to you and others.
Require that they, by letter, to send you a *verifiable bill.
*a bill that is signed by a man that will orally swear under penalties of purjury as to the accuracy of the bill.
Generally no IRS agent will take on this liability and the IRS claim will never be established and if they proceed without verification that man attempting to collect on you can then be sued in a court of record, common law, pursuant to Article III court of the Constitution of the United States.