Paying Income Taxes through Chapter 13
Chapter 13's advantages in paying off your priority income taxes become clearer when you see what you don't have to pay.
Priority Income Tax Debts under Chapter 13
Chapter 13 gives you huge advantages for paying off your priority income tax debts. You're protected while you pay what you can afford.
Filing Bankruptcy in 2019 to Write Off More Income Taxes
With smart timing you can discharge--legally and permanently write off--more income tax debts, even with a standard Chapter 7 case.
Buy Lots More Time to Deal with Multiple Years of Income Tax Debts
If you have an income tax debt that qualifies for discharge and also some tax debt that doesn't, Chapter 13 is often your best option.
Chapter 7 Permanently Prevents Tax Liens against Your Home
Filing a Chapter 7 case prevents tax liens from hitting your home, and so avoids a dischargeable tax from turning into one you must pay.
Dealing with a Recorded Income Tax Lien and Preventing Future Ones
Chapter 7 sometimes doesn't give much help with tax liens. But Chapter 13 hugely helps with tax liens already recorded, and stops new liens.
Preventing an Income Tax Lien on Your Home
The recording of an income tax lien turns your home into collateral on the tax you owe. Stop the IRS/state from getting that huge advantage.
A Fresh Start for Your Home Partly Encumbered by a Tax Lien
Chapter 13 handles a tax lien on a home especially well when the home has enough equity to cover some but not all of the tax lien amount.
A Fresh Start for Your Home Equity Encumbered by a Tax Lien
A tax lien encumbering the equity in your home is dangerous. Chapter 13 takes away the danger.
Bankruptcy Timing and the Holidays: Filing in 2016 to Cover More Income Taxes
During the first months of 2016 your bankruptcy can write off more of your tax debts.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13–Income Tax Lien Partly Secured by Equity in Your Home
If you don't have much equity in your home, so that a tax lien eats up all that equity and then some, how can you get rid of that tax lien?
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13–An Income Tax Lien Secured by Equity in Your Home
If you have enough equity in your home to cover a recorded tax lien, to keep your home you must pay that tax. Hereâs how bankruptcy helps.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13–An Income Tax Lien on Your Home
Which kind of bankruptcy to file depends on whether there is equity for the lien and whether the underlying tax can be discharged.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13–Owe Both Newer and Older Income Taxes
If you owe more than 1 year of income taxes, some may be dischargeable and some may not. What happens if you owe both kinds?
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13–Older Income Taxes
Income tax debts can be written off when meeting certain conditions, mostly by being old enough. Here's what happens in Chapter 7 and 13.