Tax Debt


WHAT IS THE INNOCENT SPOUSE DEFENSE?

Posted on 09 12,2014

When a spouse/former spouse chooses to omit income on a joint tax return or claims improper deductions, it can lead to an IRS tax audit. This not only means danger for the spouse committing the tax fraud, but also the other spouse whose name is on the joint tax return. Even if you recently went through a divorce, you may still be held liable for your former spouse's actions.

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WILL FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY ELIMINATE MY TAX DEBT?

Posted on 05 01,2014

With tax season here again, some of you may be wondering whether filing for bankruptcy will allow you to get rid of your outstanding tax debt. Not all tax debts can be eliminated through filing for bankruptcy protection. Payroll taxes and cannot be discharged by filing for bankruptcy. Certain tax penalties and any unpaid income taxes from tax returns at least 3 years prior to the date you file for bankruptcy may be eligible for discharge.

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