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Is it possible to have an erroneous tax lien removed from your credit report after it's withdrawn?
The state of Florida filed a tax warrant for alleged unremitted sales taxes from a sole proprietership I registered but never conducted any sales under. The warrant was based entirely on estimated taxes and was filed erroneously, even though I had filed a final return showing zero sales. I challenged the lien and it was withdrawn, but it still shows on my credit reports and is having a very negative effect on my score. Since it was actually filed, do I have any chance of getting it removed?

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