File your Chapter 13 "adjustment of debts" case at the right time to include all possible tax debts. Then budget right to prevent new ones.
As of January 1, 2016 you can include any taxes you owe for the 2015 tax year in your Chapter 13 payment plan.
Here's how straightforward discharging (legally writing off) income taxes can be in bankruptcy.
If you want to keep your business operating but owe too much in taxes, a Chapter 13 case will protect your business while buying you time.
You can put into your bankruptcy case the taxes you expect to owe for a portion of the tax year, by filing a partial-year tax return.
You can be held liable for the IRS Trust Fund Recovery Penalty--all the unpaid employment taxes--without being an owner of the business.
When it's good for you that your ex-spouse is filing a Chapter 13 case, and how to keep it good.
Employee withholding taxes can't be written off in bankruptcy. But still, either Chapter 7 or 13 may provide your best solution.
Keep your refund if it's small (enough) or by not filing bankruptcy until spending that refund (wisely).
Q&As about tax refunds, whether and when to file late tax returns, joint tax debts with ex-spouses, getting rid of tax liens, and more.