The filing of a tax lien can have very serious implications on the reputation of a taxpayer. Once it is served, it gives threat to the property owned by the debtor. Due to the not so favorable situation, the credit rating of the taxpayer decreases substantially too. Furthermore, the tax lien filing leaves a bad impression to the taxpayer which can make him not reliable to deal with. As we all know, no creditor likes to lend money to a person that is already ridden with debt. Also, acquiring a new loan now becomes quite impossible to do for the delinquent taxpayer.
So, what is the solution to an imposed tax lien? The most correct thing to do is to pay in full the stated amount thus clearing the tax debt. Then, the IRS would release and make the lien ineffective within thirty working days. Redeem the back taxes and be free of the pressure.