Cancelled Debt Archives - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Cancelled Debt

The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 makes permanent many otherwise expiring tax provisions. The following is my summary of what I believe to be relevant provisions: Ordinary income above a certain threshold is taxed at a higher rate. The thresholds are: taxable income of $400,000...

First off regarding income, do not include a canceled debt in gross income if any of the following situations apply: The cancellation takes place in a bankruptcy case under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The cancellation takes place when the debtor is insolvent, and the amount...

According to IRS Publication 908, Bankruptcy Tax Guide, generally the automatic stay rules prevent a creditor from taking actions to collect debts incurred before a bankruptcy petition is filed. However automatic stay rules do not universally apply. Exceptions include an IRS exam to determine tax liability,...

The IRS as many of you are painfully aware is often looked upon as accusing first without due process requiring the tax payer to shoulder the burden of proof in regards to his or her innocence relevant to the Internal Revenue Code.  In other words...

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...

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