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lukesdad58

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How do I get a Tax Lien removed from my credit report? The lien is paid and I have the receipt.

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you can remove federal lien

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bull**** it can be removed!!!  go on line look up form 12277 application of withdrawal irs form.  then send it to your state advisory group in your area find listings of groups for your area online publication #4235  www.irs.gov  have a nice day.

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msf2006

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Thanks I'll try it

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pmacdog

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thanks!!!

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tbre8187

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can i do the same with a state tax lein?

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It will fall off in due time.

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A tax lein is a matter of public record that will remain on your credit report for 7 years if paid.  It cannot be removed before then because it is a part of your credit history.

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Mine is a atate lean is that possible to remove

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