Tax Resolution Services

Tax Lien Withdrawal

If the IRS withdraws a lien, it’s as though the lien is erased and never existed. Typically, the IRS will issue a lien withdrawal if:

  • – If the lien was assessed in error by the IRS or was filed without giving the taxpayer proper notice in advance.
  • – A taxpayer enters into a Direct Debit Installment Agreement.
  • – If a withdrawal facilitates the ability for the taxpayer to pay the debt (e.g. a lien would affect your credit to the point it would hinder your ability to secure a loan to pay the tax debt).

Dealing with the IRS is never easy, especially when it comes to them issuing a lien withdrawal. Getting the right professional help is necessary in this case.

Contact Morris and Associates for a FREE consultation to see if your circumstance is appropriate to request a tax lien withdrawal.