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Notice of Federal Tax Liens – The New IRS Program to Released, Removed or Lifted
The Fresh Start Program.
In the past, the IRS used to file Federal Tax Liens on all taxpayers and businesses owing $5000. or more.
The New Fresh Start Program of the IRS changes increase the IRS Notice of Federal Tax Lien filing threshold from $5,000 to $10,000.
Notices of Federal Tax Liens may still be filed on amounts less than $10,000 when circumstances warrant. Those are rare cases and usually involve jeopardy situations.
The IRS will not retroactively apply the new $10,000 federal tax lien notice filing threshold and automatically withdraw a previously filed lien.
The New Change effecting most taxpayers.
Notice of Federal Tax Lien can be withdrawn by the IRS after entering into a Direct Debit Installment. ( DDI agreement )
If you are a qualifying taxpayer and meet the eligibility requirements, you may have your filed Notice of Federal tax Lien withdrawn after entering into a Direct Debit installment agreement.
This is the action you must take to make this happen:
Your request for federal tax lien withdrawal must be in writing.
You are to use Form 12277, Application for Withdrawal (PDF).
In item 11, “Reason for requesting withdrawal,” check the third box “The taxpayer is under a Direct Debit Installment Agreement.“
Qualifying taxpayers are:
1. Individuals (Form 1040 tax),
2. Businesses with income tax liability only,
3. Out of business entities with any type of tax debt.
The Specific Eligibility Requirements are:
1. The current amount you owe must be $25,000 or less,
2. If you owe more than $25,000, you may pay down the balance to $25,000 prior to requesting the lien withdrawal to be eligible
3. Your Direct Debit Installment Agreement must full pay the amount you owe within 60 months or before the Collection Statute expires, whichever is earlier
4. You must be in full compliance with other filing and payment requirements
5. You must have made three consecutive direct debit payments
6. You cannot have previously received a lien withdrawal for the same taxes unless the withdrawal was for an improper filing of the lien
7. You cannot have defaulted on your current, or any previous, direct debit installment agreement
If you are currently on a regular installment agreement, you may convert to a Direct Debit Installment Agreement.
Requesting a tax lien withdrawal after the lien has been released
The IRS may now issue a withdrawal of a filed Notice of Federal Tax Lien after the federal tax lien has been released. If you wish to have the Notice of Federal Tax Lien withdrawn, you must request the withdrawal in writing. Please use Form 12277, Application for Withdrawal. The purpose of this action is to help and improve your credit score. the credit bureaus should be picking this filing as an action as if the federal tax lien was never filed.
Generally, eligibility requirements are:
a. Your tax liability has been satisfied and your lien has been released,
b. You are in compliance for the past three years in filing,
c. All individual and business returns,
d. All information returns,
e. You are current on your estimated tax payments and federal tax deposits.
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