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  1. I'm helping a friend with getting IRS tax liens withdrawn and removed from their credit report. Thus far, Experian and TransUnion were cleared fairly easily, however, Equifax is proving tricky. There are three records reporting on Equifax, two of them we should eventually prevail on because the IRS has withdrawn them and we have proof of that and these were the two recently removed from Experian and TransUnion, however, Equifax has a third entry that the IRS says they did not report and thus cannot withdraw. It is for an adjacent county and matches the amount of one of the other two vali
  2. I filed my taxes in 2012 but I was in prison at that time. I was released in January of 2013 and immediately started working again. I recently found out (in early 2014) that my identity had been stolen. I called the IRS but they have been giving me the run-around for around 9 months. I'm poor and I need help getting my 2013 tax return. Does anyone have any advice on how I can get this resolved? Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
  3. During recent surveillance of my credit reports I noticed the IRS very recently made an inquiry into my Equifax credit report. I have done nothing I can think of to warrant their attention. I file my tax returns, don't own a small business, recently got married, etc. What could this mean? I am going to contact them ASAP to see if there is some sort of action coming down the pipeline.
  4. Please advise.... Today (5/22/2014) I received a letter from NYS Dept. of Taxation and Finance claiming I owe them $1000.03 (Tax amount assessed $793.00 + Interest amount assessed $207.03) Payment due day date: 06/09/14. The letter claims I owed the NYS Tax dept. because of Forgive Fed. Debt $7,600.00 CITIBANK SOUTH DAKOTA NA. They claim I was sent notification from IRS on 04/09/2012 of the above charges to my 2010 federal income tax return. I remember back in 2009 I settled a debt with Rubin and Rothman LLC for $10,000 on a $20.000 debt that was before I knew about Creditboards. I ki
  5. in 2012 I applied for a lien withdrawal and was denied. I later found lots of useful information on this board and today just received Form 10916 from the IRS in the mail. Woo-whooo! Backstory: The IRS filed a lien in 2009 to include tax from tax years 2002, 2003, 2005, and 2007. I entered a payment plan in 2012 and converted it to auto-debit after learning of the withdrawal process. I sent in all of the paperwork and that request was denied. Reasons given were that the 2002 taxes had been self-released (past 10 year SOL and uncollectible) and that I was not in a repayment plan.
  6. HI Everyone, I have a freeze on my credit reports with all 3 agencies. When I recetnly looked at my reports, one of them had an inquiry from Internal Revenue Services dated July 2013. Is this a scam ( I thought it was spelled Internal Revenue Service ( singular). If not a scam, why would they look? I have super scores and credit and no tax problems Any insights would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  7. There's growing chatter here as of late about the flurry of 1099-c forms going out to (former) debtors. Before the threads go in a hundred different directions, I was hoping we could wrangle all the questions and answers into one thread or perhaps one of the board gurus can slap together a Master Thread. I ask this not only in the spirit of altruism (so that future generations can find a central repository for our knowledge and not go nuts as we all did in the past looking in 100 places for one answer to one question), but also for personal reasons... The gurus here helped me fix up my wif
  8. I had applied to the IRS to withdraw a federal tax lien that was paid (settled for less than the full amount) in 2012. All indications were that they likely would not do the removal because of the settlement but today I got two letters from them: One was the notice informing me that they were indeed withdrawing the lien, and the second was the lien withdrawal certificate itself. I could not be more happy!! Has anyone ever done a lien withdrawal before? What’s the best way to get this lien off my CRs? Should I just dispute it as incorrect with the CRAs online, or mail a copy of the letter to ea
  9. Okay guys. I’m a bit dejected right now. I have a thin credit file – one 2.5-year-old auto loan, paid on time, and a two-month old Cap 1 secured card with a limit of $350. My negatives are a paid IRS tax lien that was satisfied in 2012 ($21K) and a civil judgment that was satisfied in 2010. I applied to have the tax lien withdrawn under the Fresh Start program, and the IRS initially said yes, and now they’re saying no because they accepted a settlement and so don't qualify for the withdrawal. I’m so frustrated. EQ is my cleanest report, showing the positive TLs but also the lien. EX and TU sho
  10. HI ALL. MY PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT (I'M A P/T "INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR"/ CONSULTANT )) HAS RECEIVED NOTICE OF LEVY FOR MY OUTSTANDING $30K IN TAXES (INCLUDING PENALITIES, FEES) . BEFORE THIS, (I.E. AT LIEN STAGE), I WAS IN THE PROCESS OF HIRING TAX LAWYER/FIRM TO REPRESENT ME AND WORK OUT IRS PAYMENT SCHEDULE INCLUDING POSSIBLE LUMP SUM FUTURE PAYMENT. THE LAW FIRM IS CHARGING $3500. QUESTION: IS ANYONE OUT THERE EXPERIENCED WITH DEALING DIRECTLY WITH IRS RE LEVY ? I'M FEELING AS THOUGH IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO HIRE ATTY BUT WONDERING IF THERE IS ANY CHANCE THIS COULD BE HANDLED DIRECTLY WI
  11. Does anyone have any experience getting a Withdrawn and Released IRS tax lien removed from public record? I was told that once these are a matter of public record, they are permanent and the CR bureaus have different policies on reporting these withdrawn liens. I have heard of public records being expunged but would like some advice on the process.
  12. As some of you know, last March, I received a notice from the IRS that I had underreported my income for 2010 by more than $2700 as a result of 1099-C filed by Portfolio Recovery Associates. I argued my case with the Automatic Under Reporter unit but, this past August, I was issued a Notice of Deficiency with a tax bill (including interest) of over $800. While this isn't a huge sum, I objected primarily because the debt that generated this supposed income was defaulted on in the mid-90's and I believe that I had evidence that an "identifiable event" had occurred long before 2010. Rather tha
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