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I am going to open your question to the other experts
You IRS tax debt can be discharged because it is for tax years that are more than 3 years ago, and the IRS filed them for you more than 2 years ago.
However, you may not be able to have to lien removed.
1) What property has the lien been placed on?
2) What is the current market value of that property?3) What is the balance - if any - on the mortgage for that property?
I don't own anything at all except my car. Which is a 1999 with a blue book value of less than $900. I do not own any real estate. That is why I don't understand the lien. There's nothing to lien against.
If you have no property that a lien can be placed on, your income tax liability can be discharged in a Bankruptcy.
I think this is what you wanted to know. If not, please let me know.Thank you!
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