Monthly Archives: January 2011

TAXES THAT ARE NON-DISCHARGEABLE IN BANKRUPTCY

TAXES THAT ARE NON-DISCHARGEABLE IN BANKRUPTCY I am often confronted by a client who has had employees and failed to pay to the IRS the taxes that were withheld from the paychecks of employees. The first thing to understand that … Continue reading

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THE 341 NOTICE: WHAT DOES IT TELL ME IN A CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY?

THE 341 NOTICE:  INFORMATION FOR ME IN A CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY? In any bankruptcy case, the first thing a debtor receives from the Bankruptcy Court is the 341 notice also known as the Notice of Meeting of Creditors. There are … Continue reading

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BANKRUPTCY AND DISCHARGE OF TAXES

Many people believe that taxes are not dischargeable.  That is true for some taxes and not true for other types of taxes.  There are rules regarding what taxes are dischargeable in bankruptcy and what taxes are not dischargeable. Only an … Continue reading

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