How Can I Remove a Tax Lien?

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If you’ve failed to pay taxes to the IRS, they can place a lien on your personal property, real estate, and bank accounts. There are a few options for having the lien removed. While the easiest method is to pay the amount owed, this may not be a financial option for you. If this is the case, you may look at other options to remove your lien.

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If you can’t pay, don’t ignore the problem. It doesn’t go away on its own and can cause headaches and financial stress for years to come.
If you can pay the lien in full, you will see it removed within 30 days of paying the debt.

Other options are the IRS agreeing to a discharge of a specific property. If you need to qualify for loans, another option is subordination to other creditors. It’s important to note that this is not a removal of the lien.

Finally, there’s the option of the IRS deciding to withdraw the lien from the property. These options are daunting, and failure to file correctly can cause further issues. Don’t face this yourself. Call me so we can determine your eligibility for the options and start the process.

My name is Darrin Mish, and I’m a tax attorney in Tampa with the experience you need. My knowledge of the tax codes and IRS tactics provide me with the tools to put an end to phone calls, intimidating letters, and other collection actions. I can help you remove the lien from your personal property. The initial consultation is free, and you’ll find our costs are reasonable.

I may be able to represent you regardless of your state. Don’t let your location stop you from contacting me today. Make sure to check out my IRS Secrets guide while you’re here too.

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