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I need to find answers to a Tax Lien situation that I have. Are there any good credit repair companies that can help me and answer my questions as to what I should do about the lien?

I asked the question on here but no one knows anything about Tax Liens and I haven't been able to find anything helpful on this site.

I have to find out what I should or shouldn't do about this lien.

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"good credit repair company" = oxymoron.

Start with www.naca.net and see if you can find a lawyer to help.

I was hoping to find some help to my tax lien without having to hire a lawyer.

I will check that site maybe I can get a free initial consultation and a few questions answered.

Here's my problem>>>>maybe someone has some advice?

http://www.debt-consolidation-credit-repair-service.com/forums/showthread.php?t=267156

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Actually, tax liens are a bit of a different beast, so while a NACA lawyer might be able to point you in the right direction, you're really best off working with an enrolled agent who's local to you, someone who knows the tax code AND can almost certainly deal with the taxing authority (state or IRS) better than you can alone. Even if this is an issue of trying to get a lien changed on your credit report, I think sitting down with an EA would be time well spent.

http://www.naea.org/

Good luck!

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I need to find answers to a Tax Lien situation that I have. Are there any good credit repair companies that can help me and answer my questions as to what I should do about the lien?

I asked the question on here but no one knows anything about Tax Liens and I haven't been able to find anything helpful on this site.

I have to find out what I should or shouldn't do about this lien.

I have worked with borrowers with tax liens, other than getting an attorney (which can cost you big bucks $$$$).

I have used the tax avocate service that is provided free by the IRS. Here's the parent link, clink on the first link to find a contact number of an avocate near you.

http://www.irs.gov/advocate/index.html

As for repairing your credit;

It is easy it is to do. I laugh when I hear people say "I paid someone to fix my credit and they didn't do anything"......

Noboby is going to do a better job for you than you yourself. This site has everthing you need......................:) :) :)

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Actually, tax liens are a bit of a different beast, so while a NACA lawyer might be able to point you in the right direction, you're really best off working with an enrolled agent who's local to you, someone who knows the tax code AND can almost certainly deal with the taxing authority (state or IRS) better than you can alone. Even if this is an issue of trying to get a lien changed on your credit report, I think sitting down with an EA would be time well spent.

http://www.naea.org/

Good luck!

Thanks. I will be contacting EA's and Tax Attorneys regarding this and how I should proceed. I don't have many options as I see it. Pay the full amount or do an offer in compromise is about what I have found out. I want to get a mortgage in the next year/year and a half so I need to deal with this. It won't get off my CR as I understand it and it seems the best I can do is to show it as paid.

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I have worked with borrowers with tax liens, other than getting an attorney (which can cost you big bucks $$$$).

I have used the tax avocate service that is provided free by the IRS. Here's the parent link, clink on the first link to find a contact number of an avocate near you.

http://www.irs.gov/advocate/index.html

As for repairing your credit;

It is easy it is to do. I laugh when I hear people say "I paid someone to fix my credit and they didn't do anything"......

Noboby is going to do a better job for you than you yourself. This site has everthing you need......................:) :) :)

If you have any advice on repairing a tax lien I would love to hear it. This is a CA Lien. I have been talking to and working with the CA tax advocate. Because of my medical/financial situation they aren't pursuing collection actions but they won't lift the lien even though they know I don't owe $52K and that I owe $5900.

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