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can state tax liens be removed from credit report?

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can state tax liens be removed from credit report?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  AnswerCPA replied 4 years ago.
Hi, thank you for using Just Answer. I am only able to provide general information and not specific advise.

The Ohio Department of Taxation does not forward information to, nor receive information from the credit bureaus. Even if paid, Ohio will not request to remove the lien from credit bureaus. The Ohio Attorney Generals Office can be contacted (1-800-282-0515) to ensue they have released the lien and obtaining a letter of release. Ohio usually charges for this.

Tax Liens typically stay on credit reports for 7 years from the date paid. Suggest contacting the credit bureaus after the lien is marked paid and try to get taken off.

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