Posts Tagged ‘tax liens’

Public records—which are issued by federal, county, and state governments—are legal documents that anyone can access. Some public reports can appear on your credit report, and as a result, can have a negative effect on your credit score while they’re there (usually seven to 10 years, depending on the item). The following are the examples […]

When a taxpayer hasn’t paid his or her tax debt, then the government will often put a tax lien on some or all of the individual’s property. Depending on the specific situation, this can happen on the federal level, local level, or the state level. Tax liens and your credit Aside from potential legal implications […]