After 2005, discharging taxes in Chapter 13 require a debtor to meet the same “Five Rules” as a Chapter 7; those “Five Rules” are:
These rules, like many areas of the Bankruptcy Code are difficult to understand, which is why it is important to hire experienced attorneys who have handled many tax discharge cases in the past. Even when some taxes are not dischargeable, like priority claims, our attorneys may be able to discharge all interest and penalties. In many cases, the penalties and interests in a tax discharge case may equal up to thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars. Our Montgomery, Berks, and Chester County attorneys have even successfully argued down the amount of taxes owed in Bankruptcy Court, by establishing flaws and miscalculations in clients’ tax history.
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Our Montgomery, Berks, and Chester County attorneys have even successfully argued down the amount of taxes owed in Bankruptcy Court, by establishing flaws and miscalculations in the clients’ tax history. There is no substitution for experience, which is why you should contact us. Our attorneys are ready to discuss your concerns about Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in PA and provide answers. Our attorneys represent clients in Pottstown, Norristown, West Chester, Reading, and the surrounding areas. Contact our Pennsylvania debt relief law firm today to learn more about what we can do to help you overcome your legal troubles.