You’ve worked hard to pay off your tax debt. However, if a lien was placed on your property, then your work may not yet be over. First, you have to take certain steps in order to get an IRS lien withdrawal in Oklahoma (or in another state).
Three Things to Remember About an IRS Lien Withdrawal in Oklahoma
Once your tax debt has been satisfied, it is important to:
- Request that the IRS withdraw the lien. Satisfying your tax debt is not the same as having a lien withdrawn. In order for the lien (and its implications) to be withdrawn from your property, you will likely need to make a special request to the IRS.
- Send evidence of the lien withdrawal to all three major credit bureaus. If you fail to take this step then the lien may have an impact on your credit rating, your ability to borrow money, and the interest rates you can get on loans for about seven years.
- Know that you don’t have to do this all alone. An experienced Oklahoma City tax lien lawyer can help you with your lien withdrawal and can make sure that your rights are protected.
Don’t let this final step in the lien process linger and create additional problems for you.
Instead Call an Oklahoma City Tax Lawyer Today For Help
For more information about your legal rights and about getting an IRS lien withdrawal in Oklahoma, please call an Oklahoma tax attorney today at 800.721.7054 to schedule an initial consultation and please read a FREE copy of our book, The Ultimate Survival Guide for IRS Problems.