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Lien Withdrawal (ASL) - YouTube video text script

Hi, I’m Patrick, and I work for the IRS.

Has a notice of federal tax lien been filed against you because you owe back taxes?

Well, did you know that setting up a direct debit installment agreement may allow for that lien notice to be withdrawn?

Here’s how it works.

If you owe $25,000 or less, and are current with your payments to the IRS through a  direct debit installment agreement, you may qualify to have your lien notice withdrawn.    

Check out our video called “Lien Notice Withdrawal”, which walks you through the request form and our process.  

To see it, go to IRS.gov  and type “lien” in the search field.

Then click “Understanding a Federal Tax Lien”.   

The IRS lien videos are under “Help Resources”.

All of these videos are captioned. You can click the “cc” button.

This is part of a wider effort by the IRS to help you if you are struggling with paying your taxes.    

We want to help you get a fresh start.          

For more information, go to IRS.gov and type “Fresh Start” in the search field.

Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 31-Jul-2013