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Discharging Taxes through Bankruptcy
I represent taxpayers in Gainesville and the state of Florida who have tax issues with the IRS and Florida Department of Revenue. One option to consider when trying to figure out a plan to get the IRS out of your life is to file bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is a complicated subject that requires an attorney who specializes in that area of the law. This is not a DIY project and this post is only meant to inform you about the general rules regarding which taxes might be dischargeable.
Some taxes, interest, and penalties might be dischargeable if all the following apply:
The tax return was due (including extensions) more than 3 years ago, If the return was filed late, it must have been on file with the IRS for at least 2 years, Any additional assessments from an audit or amended return must be at least 240 days old, The taxpayer did not commit fraud or attempt to evade a tax, and It cannot be “Trust Funds” Paying a non-dischargeable tax with a credit card makes that credit card liability to be non-dischargeable. This eliminates any plans to convert non-dischargeable taxes into dischargeable ones simply by whipping out your Master Card.
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