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Recent Posts in Taxes Category

10 Ways Bankruptcy Solves Tax Problems

If you owe a lot of income taxes, you may have wondered whether bankruptcy can help you deal with this special kind of debt. There's a good chance that you have misconceptions about whether and ...
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Discharging Taxes - What Does it Mean to Willfully Evade Taxes?

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO “WILLFULLY. . . EVADE OR DEFEAT” AN INCOME TAX? A couple months ago the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (which serves all of California and much of the West) ruled that ...
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Can a Tax Refund Be Taken for Military Star Card

If you are in default on your military star card then the Internal Revenue Service may take your tax refund to pay off your debt. As part of the Treasury Offset Program, your tax refund can be taken ...
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Your Tax Refund Can Be Taken If You Owe Certain Debts

If you are counting on getting your federal income tax refund this tax season, you can't be so sure that you will if you owe one any of a long list of debts. 100% of your tax refund could be ...
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Stopping Collections from the IRS and FTB through Bankruptcy

The IRS and the FTB are-for some purposes-just like any other creditor. The "automatic stay"-the bankruptcy tool that stops the collection actions of virtually all of your creditors-applies just the ...
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Two Types of Debts You May Still Owe After Bankruptcy

Non Dischargeable Debts in Bankruptcy Most debts ARE legally written off ("discharged") in bankruptcy. But let's clear up some likely confusion about certain debts that might not be discharged. There ...
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Bill Collector Says I Can't Eliminate the Debt in Bankruptcy?

Most debts are eliminated when you file a bankruptcy, especially the kind that a bill collector would likely be calling you about. So unless the debt is a student loan, tax, or some other special kind ...
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Bankruptcy Can Help You Avoid a Tax Lien

Tax Liens Bankruptcy stops the recording of tax liens by the IRS or the California Franchise Tax Board. The recording of a tax lien effectively turns a debt without any collateral into a debt with ...
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Pre-Bankruptcy Steps to Take to Eliminate Tax Debt in Bankruptcy

Income tax returns were due in April, but what if you owe a alot of taxes, maybe for this year and even a previous year or two? Bankruptcy CAN discharge (legally erase) SOME income taxes. How much tax ...
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Can You Protect a Co-Signer or Co-borrower in a Bankruptcy?

Chapter 13-the 3-to-5-year payment plan-protects not just you and your possessions. It can also protect your co-signers from the debts they co-signed with you. When a bankruptcy is filed for you under ...
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Can I Discharge Income Taxes in A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

If you owe income taxes, especially on more than one tax year, or you owe a large amount, Chapter 13 is often the better way to go. But you CAN also write off ("discharge") certain income ...
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What Happens to My Tax Refund in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Holding on to your 2011 IRS and California tax refunds when you're filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a matter of careful timing and tactics. In most cases we can help you keep your refunds, but we have ...
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Can You Eliminate a Tax Lien in Bankruptcy?

Not being able to pay federal or state income taxes can lead the IRS or the state to place a tax lien on your real property and personal property. Filing for bankruptcy can help in many situations ...
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