How Can You Remove a Tax Lien?
You Can Appeal the Lien. A lien can be removed on appeal if:
On the notice of the lien, you are given the option to request a Collection Due Process hearing with the Office of Appeals. The request for an appeal must be made within 30 days after fifth day of the lien being filed, or by the date indicated on the notice.
Withdrawal removes the lien as if it was never there and occurs when the taxpayer’s lien is paid off or it’s proven that the lien was filed falsely. Withdrawal is also possible if you qualify for the Fresh Start Initiative, have entered a direct debit agreement, and your balance is lower than $25,000.
We can deal with the IRS and aid with filing an appeal or requesting a lien withdrawal. Call us for a free tax consultation at 605-646-3585.
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