In terms of your financial future, your past credit mishaps can hold you back from opportunities that credit can offer.
On your credit report, there a few things worse to appear than a tax lien (paid or outstanding) from the IRS.
Typically, paid tax liens will remain on your credit history for seven years after they were filed; unpaid tax liens can remain indefinitely (or until credit bureaus decide they’re no longer relevant).
While these can be a huge financial obstacle, did you know that you can have your tax liens removed quickly and completely?
If this comes as a relief to you, consider yourself at an advantage, as most people aren’t aware of this. In this article, we’ll take a look at the steps you can take to get a tax lien removed and restore your credit history to a spotless state.