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Bankruptcy

By law, the IRS has the authority to collect outstanding Federal taxes for 10 years from the date your tax liability was assessed. The 10-year collection period is suspended: ●  while the IRS and the Ofice of Appeals consider a request for an installment agreement or an offer in compromise. ●  from...

Call 800-913-9358 to reach the Centralized Insolvency Operation. Hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. eastern time. If the IRS is a creditor in a bankruptcy case, and you determine that IRS was not originally listed as a creditor, notification of the filing should be sent...

How to discharge income tax debt through bankruptcy? This is one of the most common questions my team and I receive. Incredibly most purported 'bankruptcy attorneys' simply do not understand how to handle IRS debt in bankruptcy and most (it seems lately) tend to distill this...

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