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why is IRS installment agreement not showing positive payment history for last 6 months?
I've been consistant with installment agreement for 6 months with the IRS. why isnt it showing any positive yet?

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The IRS is a government agency

The government is fast to take your money but slow in all other areas.  You must bug them to get them to do stuff. Call the IRS office every day until you get this updated the way you want it to be.  Plus, you can make sure they are crediting your payments in the correct way.

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IRS lein removal

I had a $7K lien removed totally from my credit report after paying on time for 3mos with the new "fresh start agreement" Ask the IRS tax advocate office. It's free too.

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IRS Installment agreement

I've been paying monthly for 5 years on time  are they that slow reporting

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