SEPTEMBER’S GUARDIAN HOUR OF POWER SEMINAR
WILL COVER ‘UNDERSTANDING A FEDERAL TAX LIEN’
For more information, contact
Drew Whipple at 856-985-9007
EVESHAM (Sept. 11) – Real estate and tax attorney Timothy McGinn will be the featured speaker at the next “Guardian Hour of Power Lunch Seminar” sponsored by Guardian Settlement Agents to be held on Wednesday, September 25.
McGinn, managing member of McNally & McGinn, LLC, which provides real estate-related legal services to Guardian Settlement Agents in northern and central New Jersey, will give the presentation “Understanding a Federal Tax Lien.”
The seminar, sponsored by Guardian Settlement Agents, one of New Jersey’s leading title agencies serving all of the state’s 21 counties, will begin at 12 p.m. noon, Wednesday, September 25 at Guardian’s South Jersey headquarters at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, in Marlton (08053). Lunch will be served and there is no charge to attend.
To register for the Guardian Hour of Power seminar, contact Drew Whipple at 856-985-9007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We have worked with Tim for a number of years and he has provided excellent legal services to our clients in a number of difficult situations,” said Guardian CEO Christopher J. Brown. “It’s important for buyers and sellers of property, as well as the real estate professionals they are working with, to know what a federal tax lien is and how they can best work with the government to get them lifted.
“This seminar is part of our ongoing Guardian Settlement program to provide useful and topical information to real estate agents, mortgage brokers, builders and others in the business of buying and selling homes,” Brown said. “The more knowledgeable we all are, the better service we can provide to our customers.”
In “Understanding a Federal Tax Lien,” McGinn will outline the formal process through which the federal government must go to attach a lien to a property. He also will explain the different ways a property owner can have the lien released or can work with the government to either continue to do business or to live in the home if it is a residential lien.
He also will explain how a lien can affect property owners in such areas as seizure of assets — including the accounts receivable of a business, the ability to secure credit and whether or not a declaration of bankruptcy will help clear the lien.
A graduate of Rutgers University and Seton Hall University Law School, Tim McGinn is a member of the United States Tax Court as well as the bar associations of New Jersey and New York. His professional affiliations include the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers, the National Society of Tax Professionals and the Tax Problem Resolution Services Coalition. McNally & McGinn has offices in Somerville, Somerset County, and Rumson, Monmouth County.
The October “Guardian Hour of Power” seminar will be held on the second Wednesday of the month, the 9th, and the topic will be announced at the September seminar.
Guardian Settlement Agents has offices in both Burlington County – at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, Marlton, NJ 08053 (Phone: 856-985-9007, Fax: 856-985-9977) – and Somerset County – at 54 Grove Street, Suite 3 & 4, Somerville, NJ 08876 (Phone: 908-575-9995, Fax: 908-575-9996). Both offices are on the web at www.goguardianinsurance.com.
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