Q: I own a mobile home that is set on my daughter's property that is in jeopardy of being seized by the Irs.
Can they take my mobile home if it's in my name?
A: If it is your property and the IRS follows its guidelines, then yes the IRS can seize your property even if it is located on someone else’s property. The IRS can also levy your bank account balances held by your bank and wages held by your employer. You should have received a letter from the IRS indicating it’s intent to seize your assets. If you want to attempt to save your mobile home, you should contact a local attorney who practices in the area of tax resolution to develop a course of action to deal with your tax problems. Do it now before the problem gets worse.
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