Posts Tagged "lien"

Updating report to show lien released

Dear Experian,

How do I amend my credit report to show that a federal tax lien has been released?


Time it will take to recover after paying a tax lien

Dear Experian,

I am currently paying off a state tax lien. After the tax lien has been paid in full, how long will it take for my credit to be restored to good standing?


Bankruptcy and tax liens

Dear Experian,

I have a client who filed for bankruptcy over 10 years ago. The bankruptcy is no longer showing on his credit report but the state and federal tax liens are. What can be done to remove that information from the credit report?


Tax liens and credit scores

Dear Experian,

I have a tax lien on my credit report. I know it isn’t mine. It belongs to a relative that was living with me. I am having it removed as we speak. I was wondering about how many points does this affect my credit score on average?


Tax lien automatically updated to show it is satisfied and released

Dear Experian,

I have a tax lien on my report that has been satisfied and released by the State of Ohio and the clerk of courts. How do I report this to Experian and have my credit report show the release of the lien?


Tax liens in your credit report

Dear Experian,

How long do public tax liens stay on your report after they have been released?


Steps for removing a tax lien filed in error

Dear Experian,

I had a lien on my account in 1999 from the state of South Carolina for payroll tax. I have a letter from them stating that the lien was filed in error, but it is still on my credit report. What can I do?


How long public records stay on your credit report

Dear Experian,

How long do public records – tax liens specifically – stay on your credit report? One source I checked says seven years after the date of filing but another source says seven years from the date paid.


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