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Cassandra, Tax Preparer
Category: Tax
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Experience:  8yrs experience in taxation for individuals. CTEC Registered and an Authorized E-filer with the IRS
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i have a tax line it started at 285,000 for not filing ...

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i have a tax line it started at 285,000 for not filing sence then i have filed and nowe there is 70,000 line on my credit score this is on non collecible ststous so im wondering how to get this off mt credit scores i hve talk to the irs and they say that im ok sence i have been current can any one help me
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Cassandra replied 9 years ago.
Hello delton and welcome to just answer.

I have a question for clarification to better understand your question.
Are you talking about your credit report, that is showing a $70,000 as non collectible?
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Customer: replied 9 years ago.
it does not show it on credit report i have talk with irs and they say that the back taxes are on non collectible so what i was woundering if the 285,000 wasbefore filing my back tax returns do you think that they would take the first line off my credit report
Expert:  Cassandra replied 9 years ago.
The IRS can not remove negative reports on your credit report. If the credit reporting agency has not updated their records or has not changed a non collectible to a late payment, you may want to get in toch with the credit reporting agency.

You can get a free credit report here
this is the only place that is approved throught the federal trade commissions. You can also find links to each of the three major credit reporting agencies here.