Unfortunately your taxes are too recent to be dischargeable in bankruptcy. If you choose to file, the taxes generally will be spread out over a 3-5 year period and repaid over time. Interest and penalties stop.
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I agree with Jeffrey Larkin the debt is to recent to be discharged or reduced. You will need to wait three years from the extended due date of return, i.e. Oct. 15, 2011 if you were on extension before you can even consider discharging the debt. If you can't pay the debt to the IRS you may be able to reduce it through an offer in compromise; alternatively you can enter into a payment agreement with the IRS.
I am providing a link below to some general information on offers in compromise, and collection alternatives in general.