File your Chapter 13 “adjustment of debts” case at the right time to include all possible tax debts. Then budget right to prevent new ones.
Falling behind on property taxes can have serious consequences, but does not necessarily mean you should hurry to sell your home.
The IRS or state recording a tax lien can be very damaging in many ways. Bankruptcy can prevent that damage.
Bankruptcy writes off income taxes, if they meet certain conditions. These conditions are relatively, but not completely, straightforward.
Bankruptcy gives you power over the IRS in getting rid of a tax lien. Chapter 13 in particular empowers you to value and pay off a lien.
Bankruptcy can be a surprising good way to solve your tax problems. But first, got to prepare your returns to get good advice about options.
With very few limited exceptions the IRS/state must stop all collection activity, from the beginning to the end of your bankruptcy case.
A bankruptcy filing is a matter of public record, so anybody can find out about it. But mostly just your creditors will know.
It’s now after April 15 so it’s no longer tax season. But if you owe income taxes, it’s ALWAYS tax season. Here’s how to escape.
You can be in a streamlined monthly installment plan to pay back income taxes even if you owe the IRS a lot of money. But should you be?
You may not think of bankruptcy as a solution to your tax problems. But do look into it before the tax collector starts grabbing at you.
To forever discharge a tax debt, technically you must meet each of 4 conditions. But practically speaking, you meet 2 of them automatically.