This question is probably more complicated than it first appears. There are a number of factual issues here that clearly need to be addressed. A "release" of lien typically means the liability for which the lien issued is paid or there is a zero balance - a withdrawal means there was some other reason to get rid of the lien. Depending on a number of factors new taxes or penalties could be assessed....just don't know enough.
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I couldn't really give you an answer without seeing all the relevant documentation.
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The chances of the IRS filing a new lien for the same year after it has filed a release of lien are very slim. This is true because the IRS generally has only three years from the filing of a tax return to make a tax assessment, unless fraud is involved, there has been an understatement in tax of 25% or more, or the taxpayer has failed to file a return. Thus, you probably do not have to worry about another lien being filed against you for that year.
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