Episode 10

Published on:

18th Apr 2022

Talkin' Tax - Post Resolution Ancillary Items

Before your tax-related issues are completely resolved, the team at the Bryson Law Firm needs to address any ancillary items your case presents.

On the latest installment of Talkin' Tax, we're diving head first into ancillary items and how they apply to your tax issues. Featuring Cary and Angie Bryson, as well as Jessica Thibodeaux, an attorney at the Bryson Law Firm, we're covering everything you need to know about this final step in the overall tax resolution process.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy another informative episode!


0:25 - Introduction and overview on the topic of the day

2:06 -What are ancillary items?

3:08 - What a client's involvement looks like during the ancillary request process

4:53 - The penalty abatement process

9:48 - Dealing with a lien during this process

14:14 - How to get rid of a lien on your assets

17:53 - How the IRS goes about filing a lien on people

21:10 - The legal negotiations that take place with the IRS during this final phase

26:53 - You need a team of professionals in your corner

29:57 - Final tax tip from Cary Bryson

32:23 - Closing remarks

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About the Podcast

Talkin' Tax
Serious Tax Talk with a Louisiana Twist
Co-founders of the Bryson Law Firm, Cary and Angela Bryson, have over 40 years of combined legal experience in Louisiana and Texas and have built a thriving and successful law firm that aids their fellow “Loosianans” and Texans when it comes to the complicated realm of taxes.

Together with the help of their roots, experience, and deep insight, they break down topics such as bank levies, lien assistance, tax resolution, payroll, and more on their podcast Talkin' Tax for anyone who needs a little bit more guidance.

Rest assured that Cary and Angela, who are rooted in faith, family, and taxes, will help you understand your tax problems and find the best solution for them one episode at a time.

For more information, visit www.brysonlawfirm.com.