Month: October 2018

How Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Affects IRS Income Tax Debts Collection Efforts

Contrary to what most people think, some taxes can be discharged in bankruptcy. Getting your income taxdebt discharged in Chapter 13 bankruptcy depends on the nature of the debt – whether it is a priority or non-priority debt. Priority income tax debts, that is taxes owed from the past three years, cannot be wiped off …

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Chapter 13 Use for Redemption of Residential Property Sold at Tax Sale in Philadelphia, PA Only

If you reside in Philadelphia and you lose your property to a tax sale, you may still be able to recover it in your name. Under the Pennsylvania law, the initial owner of a property still reserves the right to redeem the property within a 9-month period if the property was sold at a tax …

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