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How to get rid of a federal tax lien because of stolen identity and you paid taxes but have no identity since 1978?

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The only way to have an IRS lien removed is to pay it in full. Please be advised that the IRS is one of the few entities that can seize and sell property without the necessity of due procedure of law. Did the person file their federal and state taxes or was the money only deducted from their salary? In regards to the "no identity" one would need to be more clear on the issue. For example, does it refer to someone staying in the U.S. after a visa expired, an illegal foreign national or a problem of a civil nature, such as an assumed identity due to domestic violence or...?

Answer: Not only in personal terms, Fraudulent and unlawful activities are a nightmare for most organizations and as a matter of fact, fraudulent activities are done either by employees within the organization or by hackers. Whoever be the culprits, it's a cause of great concern as it results in loss or manipulation of money, identity and reputation of the concerned individual or organization. Nowadays, companies and organizations are depending on network audit software as a solution to this problem.
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