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            Discharging Tax Debt

            Enfield, Connecticut Bankruptcy Attorney Focuses on Dischargeable Tax Debt

            Connecticut Bankruptcy Law Firm: Your Resource for Skilled Bankruptcy Representation

            You may be able to discharge old income tax debt in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but most other types of taxes are not dischargeable. Income tax debt can be erased if it meets specific qualifications and limitations:

            • The taxes must be income based – for federal or state income taxes or taxes on gross receipts
            • The taxes were due at least three years before you filed for bankruptcy
            • You filed a tax return at least two years ago – an IRS substitute for return will not satisfy this requirement
            • The taxes were assessed at least 240 days before you filed for bankruptcy
            • The tax return was not fraudulent or frivolous and you are not guilty of evading tax laws

            Non-dischargeable Tax Debt

            Most non-income related tax debt is non-dischargeable, including:

            • Tax liens recorded before you filed for bankruptcy will remain attached to your property
            • Property tax incurred before the bankruptcy filing that are payable within one year
            • Trust fund taxes including FICA, Medicare, and other income taxes that an employer is required to withhold, as well as sales tax paid by a debtor's customer
            • Certain employment and excise taxes
            • Non-punitive penalties on non-dischargeable taxes, if the transaction occurred within three years of the bankruptcy filing
            • Erroneous tax refunds or credits

            Need advice regarding whether or not a certain tax debt is dischargeable? The attorneys at Susan M. Williams LLC have over 20 years of experience with bankruptcy and dischargeable debt. Contact our firm online, via e-mail, or call 860-265-4764 today – your initial consultation will be free.

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