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Homeowners losing homes over property tax pittance

A new study by the National Consumer Law Center said outdated state and local municipality laws are making it possible for people who are delinquent on their property taxes to lose their homes. For as little as $400 owed in property taxes, local governments are placing tax liens on the houses, seizing the property, then selling the tax liens to big banks and other investors.

Complaints filing in over Chelsea businessman Ponzi scheme

A Chelsea business man with at least three different business entities is under investigation by the Massachusetts Secretary of State's office and the Boston office of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Civil charges were brought against the man who was once a Chelsea Planning Committee member, alleging that he never registered with the state as an investment adviser. State authorities say the man never officially registered his companies and certainly none of them were registered to sell securities.

Celebrities often slapped with federal tax liens

The IRS files federal tax liens against taxpayers in Suffolk County whom they believe are dodging their tax obligation. This action usually comes after years of letters and warnings have failed to get the money. According to the IRS, a federal tax lien is a legal claim against all your property including your real estate, financial assets and other personal property.

Delinquent Taxpayers Can Lose Property to Tax Lien Investors

In the last few weeks, this blog has discussed the criminal penalties and fines taxpayers can face if they file incorrect or fraudulent tax returns. However, it is important to recognize that taxpayers can commit misconduct that doesn't rise to the level of a criminal infraction and still face serious consequences.

Tax lien list to go public in Weymouth Mass

For many homeowners, information about their delinquent property taxes is kept anonymous from the public eye; or at least not easily obtainable. However, homeowners in Weymouth, Massachusetts, who are delinquent on their taxes or have had a tax lien placed against their property will soon be losing their anonymity.

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