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Complete IRS Form 12277 to Withdraw an IRS Lien!

by | Aug 12, 2022

If the IRS has filed a Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) against you, at this point you probably realize the power of the lien. It can impact your ability to sell assets, get access to credit, and impact your reputation, since it is public information. In prior articles, I’ve written on the topic but I’ve never specifically address IRS Form 12277, the form to request withdrawal of the NFTL.

In this You Tube video, https://youtu.be/ha7uTOryQMI, I walk you through completing a Form 12277 step by step and believe you will find it useful if you need to have a Federal Tax Lien withdrawn. While you complete it yourself, if you need professional help completing the form or if you don’t feel comfortable dealing directly with the IRS, don’t hesitate to set up 15 minutes on my calendar at https://meetme.so/bobjablonsky or calling me at (972) 821-1991.

Bob Jablonsky is the founder of Bob Jablonsky & Associates. He has spent his career helping taxpayers resolve tax issues and get back on track with the IRS. In addition to tax resolution his firm also prepares hundreds of tax returns every year for both individuals and small to mid-sized businesses.

Bob is an IRS Enrolled Agent (EA), which is an elite credential issued by the Internal Revenue Service to professionals who demonstrate special competence in federal tax planning, individual and business tax return preparation, and representation matters. An Enrolled Agent license is the highest credential awarded by the IRS and is recognized across all 50 states. Additionally he is a CMA, or Certified Management Accountant, a designation for financial controllers and CFOs (Chief Financial Officers), as well as an Advanced Certified Quickbooks Pro Advisor.

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