If you own it, IRS can take it. Seizures typically happen with a taxpayer has ignored many requests of IRS over many months to communicate with IRS to settle a tax debt. The Internal Revenue Code authorizes IRS to seize your personal property and sell it to pay your tax debt. IRS is not required to get court approval prior to seizing your property, exception is your principal residence. IRS must get court approval before seizing your personal residence.
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