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Problems With Tax Debt?
Most taxes are not dischargeable in bankruptcy. However, there are instances where they can be discharged in bankruptcy. It is also possible to find some of the most attractive terms for re-payment of taxes in bankruptcy. This is the case whether the taxes are owed to the Internal Revenue Service or a state taxing agency such as the Department of Revenue.
There are also non-bankruptcy alternatives for the re-payment of taxes such as offers in compromise and installment agreements.
If you have a tax problem, and would like to discuss how the problem can be resolved, please call and schedule a free initial consultation.
If you have been dealing with the Internal Revenue Service and the Service has recently determined that you owe more taxes than you believe you should owe, you may have the ability to contest the taxes before the Internal Revenue Service, by filing a case in Tax Court or filing a case in U.S. District Court. If you believe one of these options applies to you, please seek assistance as soon as possible since your options are affected by the passage of time.
Once the Internal Revenue Service or some other taxing entity such as the state has made a final determination that you owe the taxes, you may still have different choices for resolving the tax obligations.
If you have a tax problem, and would like to discuss how the problem can be resolved, please call 813-251-6666 and schedule a free initial consultation.