SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Springfield councilwoman and mayoral candidate Kristi Fulnecky says a federal tax lien filed against her has been dropped.
Fulnecky said she received a letter today from the IRS withdrawing the lien.
In a statement released by her campaign, Fulnecky said, "This entire situation occurred because she decided to re-file her taxes” after learning from a CPA she'd been overpaying for several years.
She said the lien was filed in error and she was not worried about the claims, because she knew it would be dropped.
“As I told the media, they should have waited a few days until all the facts are out because sometimes mistakes are made, and so yes it was withdrawn by the IRS as an error," Fulnecky says.
Fulnecky is running for mayor against councilman Ken McClure.
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