How do I get a tax lien off my credit report?
When the state or IRS files a lien with the local recorder's office, independent credit bureau searchers input the lien into your credit report. They do not, however, always remove the lien if you have reconciled. To remove the lien, you can purchase 3 copies of your recorded release from our office and forward those documents on to the 3 credit bureaus. The Recorder of Deeds has nothing to do with the actual liens, and only acts as a public repository for these records. Please contact the State of Missouri at 1-(573)-751-7200 for information regarding state tax liens, or the IRS at 1-(800)-913-6050 for information regarding federal tax liens.

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1. Who will prepare my documents for recording?
2. How is property ownership conveyed from one party to another?
3. I made a change to the document and need to record it over. Can documents be re-recorded?
4. What is your document turn around time?
5. Where is my release deed? The loan company said they sent it for recording.
6. Why was my document rejected?
7. What did that property sell for?
8. Can I get the closing information (book / page, date / time, etc.) from the Recorder's Office?
9. Will you to do a lien search for me?
10. When will I receive the deed to my property?
11. Are there easements on my property?
12. I want to prepare my own document. Do you have the forms?
13. How do I get a tax lien off my credit report?