Careful Analysis Targeting a Viable Solution to Your Tax Debt Problem
Some people assume or are led to believe that problems arising from tax debt simply cannot be addressed through bankruptcy. This is not always the case. While there are some types of delinquent taxes, penalties and other debts that cannot be discharged — and many other factors to consider — we are often able to find solutions that help our clients overcome their financial problems and move forward.
We know that many different circumstances, from accounting errors to cash-flow difficulties, can lead to problems with tax debt. Whether unpaid taxes are your primary concern or one of several financial challenges, we encourage you to contact us today for a consultation.
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Certain tax debts can be discharged along with other debts when you file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but many conditions apply. For example, if you owe income taxes, and your returns were filed more than three years ago, the debt may be dischargeable. We will carefully analyze your situation, outline available options and explain the potential repercussions.
More often, we meet with individuals and families who need time and an organized plan to pay back taxes and find their solution via a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you have fallen behind or been hit with an unanticipated tax obligation, this option may be right for you. Although you will likely be required to pay federal, state or other taxes in full, relief from certain other debts and the structure of a three-to-five year payment plan may enable you to:
- Settle these serious “priority” debts
- Accomplish asset protection against tax liens that have not yet been filed
- Regain focus and peace of mind
Relief Can Begin With a Consultation: 717-260-3127
Waiting and worrying about unpaid taxes or other debts is a major risk you do not have to take. To talk with a caring, non-judgmental attorney who will offer straight talk and dependable information, please call or e-mail our office today.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy protection under the Bankruptcy Code.