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Tax Lien Release

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If you have been notified by the government that you have unpaid taxes and you fail to satisfy the debt within ten days, there is a chance that the IRS can attach a lien to all your property which prevents you from selling it. Tax liens can harm your credit and prevent you from borrowing loans. There are important steps that you must take to obtain a Tax Lien Release and choosing the right IRS tax lawyer to help you is one of them.

Call (405) 703-5689 to schedule a consultation with Travis W. Watkins Tax Resolution & Accounting Firm and get started on your case.

With the Travis W. Watkins Tax Resolution & Accounting Firm on your side, you benefit from decades of experience and a firm that has handled hundreds of cases for individuals and businesses alike. We fight for relief on behalf of our clients and provide the highest level of client service throughout the process. You can count on prompt responses, answers to all your questions, and regular updates on your case. We offer a variety of packages and services to suit your needs.

Options for Tax Lien Release

Usually, the IRS releases a lien once the taxes are paid back in full. However, it is understood that sometimes a lien itself can damage the taxpayer’s ability to pay off taxes.

There are several other ways a lien might be released:

  • Direct Debit Installment Agreement (DDIA): This is a type of payment plan that automatically debits your taxes from your account monthly. The IRS may release or withdraw a tax lien if you owe less than $25,000 and choose a DDIA payment plan.
  • Incorrect filing procedures by the IRS: In some cases, the IRS did not follow procedure prior to filing a lien. If this is the case, the notice of lien may be able to be removed.
  • Offer in Compromise (OIC): Once an amount is settled upon and paid, the lien may be released.
  • Partial payment installment agreement: This agreement means that since the amount will likely not be fully paid off before the statute of limitations is expired, the lien will remain until the taxes are fully paid off or until the statute of limitations is expired.

Our Oklahoma tax attorneys can discuss these options and more with you to find the best possible solution on your behalf.

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