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How do I get rid of old IRS liens?

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Get a lawyer

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I went to the IRS website

I downloaded form 12277

I filled out form  12277

... IRS rejected ...

I got an EA Tax Attorney - she knows all the right phone numbers to call and the right people to talk to

We little citizens will never that kind of direct line connections.

I spent (3) three years trying to get the IRS Lien release

She spent 30 minutes and got what I could not get cone in 3 years

Best $100.00 I ever spent

The IRS is not interested in helping you or me.

They are only interested in their bonus and losing important emails

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Are they paid or unpaid?  If paid, you need to complete a special form #12277 (you can get that from IRS Publications website), complete it and send it to the IRS.  They'll send you back a withdrawal form, and you send that to all three credit bureaus asking them to delete the account from your report.  If unpaid, you have to wait it out 10 years.

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