NACRC Conference Portland Oregon July 15, 2011. Internal Revenue Service Centralized Lien Processing (CLP). Presenter. Scott Lindsey - Program Manager, Campus Compliance Services
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July 15, 2011
Internal Revenue Service Centralized Lien Processing (CLP)
Scott has oversight responsibility for key National programs including Centralized Liens, Centralized Collection Case Processing, Centralized Insolvency and Trust Fund Penalty Compliance
Located at the Cincinnati IRS Campus in Covington, KY.
Internal Revenue Service
Centralized Lien Processing
P.O. Box 145595 Stop 8420G
Cincinnati, OH 45250-5595
File Notices of Federal Tax Liens, Releases, and Lien related documents with Recording Offices in all 50 states and territories.
Handle Lien related inquiries from Taxpayers (and their representatives), Mortgage Companies, Courts, Recording Offices, and other parties of interest.
Adrian Gonzalez – Acting Compliance Director
Joe Budd – Operations Manager
Teresa Bellamy -- Department Manager, States Teams
Joan Flach – Department Manager, Field Resource Teams
Nancy Booker – Revenue Officer Advisor
Liens come daily to CLP electronically from employees in our Automated Collection Sites (ACS) or from our Revenue Officers in local IRS offices.
CLP prints all the documents in the system on Tuesday and Thursday of each week and mails them on Wednesday and Friday.
IRS Liens “self release” in 10 years unless IRS “re-filed” the Lien.
When all periods on a Lien are satisfied the release is automatically generated.
IRS is required by law to release a Lien within 30 days of being satisfied.