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Bankruptcy & Taxes: Discharge of Income Taxes in Bankruptcy

Easy Plugin for AdSense by Unreal With mounting company layoffs along with massive housing foreclosures, many taxpayers find themselves seeking bankruptcy protection (either under Chapter 7 or Chapter 11of the bankruptcy code).  A common question they often ask their accountant or CPA is whether or not tax obligations can be discharged in a bankruptcy petition.  […]

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