Discharging Unpaid Taxes in Bankruptcy

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There are circumstances when unpaid taxes can be discharged in bankruptcy.  There are a number of rules involved.  They all hinge on whether a tax return was filed.  The recent United States v. Mayer, No. 16-626-RGA (D. Del. 2018), case provides an opportunity to consider these bankruptcy-tax rules. Facts & Procedural History The case involved the taxpayer’s […]

IRS Cannot Collect Taxes Discharged in Bankruptcy

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In Internal Revenue Service v. Murphy, No. 17-1601 (1st Cir. 2018), the taxpayer discharged his unpaid taxes in bankruptcy.  The IRS continued to try to collect the discharged tax debt.  The case is a must read for taxpayers who find themselves in this same situation. The Facts & Procedural History The taxpayer in Murphy filed Chapter […]

Three Most Frequently Asked Questions About Paying the IRS

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Working with the IRS can be difficult. If you are trying to make a payment to the IRS, you may find that you cannot even get the IRS to accept your payment. Here are the three most frequently questions clients ask us about making payments to the IRS. When Must Taxes Be Paid? Income taxes […]