This example shows a sanitized tax module containing the error correction.The module call-outs direct the user to the following:Sanitized tax module header and descriptive information, with the CSED date reflective of the TC 550 extension date,Return transaction segment, which reflects the sanitized assessment transaction code, date and amount,Reflects a TC 550 with a new CSED,Reflects a TC 521 with a posting date that is prior to the controlling CSED for the module. It shows the TC 608 clearing the module of its remaining liability. Not shown, but also occurring would be the release of any underlying statutory liens along with voiding any associated NFTL.Reflects a new TC 520 cc 80 posting with a posting date prior to the module’s controlling CSED. NOTE: the new TC 520 date must also not predate the previous incorrect TC 521 date. This avoids the new TC 520 being cancelled upon posting by the incorrect TC 521 date.Reflects a systemic TC 609 occurring the same cycle as the new TC 520 cc 80 posting, which reestablished the tax liability. Not show, but also required would be the revocation of any underlying statutory lien released followed by the filing of new NFTL (i.e., NFTL After Original CSED (NAOC)).It shows the TC 550 new CSED date is no longer ignored as the TC 550 date is reflected in the module header’s CSED field.