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I have a lot of baddies (25 with 17 being collections) I need to work on including a unexpected Tax Lien from 2009. Yesterday, when I got off work and got the mail, there was a letter from irs. I thought it was my monthly tax bill statement but the letter said Certificate of Release of Federal Tax Lien. It says to keep the letter in a safe place and it has already been mailed to the place of filing.

 

Do I need to do anything? How soon will this be off my credit report or will it just say the lien is satisfied and keep reporting?

 

I would love for this to finally be off my report. Thx

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It will just show as paid released for the next 7 years, you need to file form 12277 to get the lien withdrawn and it off your CRs.

Thanks gdale6 - will do. With all the baddies I have, I am not even sure I will see any kind of score increase but in the meantime, I will keep chugging along and get that form filed ASAP. Every little bit helps.

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