Only taxes due that were filed 3 years or more before the BK was filed are dischargeable. So, if you recently filed BK, only 2008 is dischargeable IF there were no tax liens filed. Sorry. You should ask your attorney for more details.
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Only 2008 is dischargeable ,,, and, assuming you filed your Ch7 in 2013, only if you filed that return before 2011.Ask a similar question
Ms. Gruber has given you the correct answer. Income taxes arising from a tax year for which the tax return was last due at least 3 years before the date of the filing of the petition are potentially dischargeable. The income tax liability for the year in question must not have been assessed withint 240 days of the date of the bankruptcy filing.Ask a similar question
If you owe taxes and have filed the returns timely any liability more than 3 years old is discargeable. If it is less than 3 years old it is non-discargeable. You may want to contact both the IRS and CA franchise tax board and ask them what you liability is after your Ch 7 discarge is issued. If it is more than you can afford or if they are not willing to work with you on a repayment plan try filing a Chapter 13 to repay the undiscarged liability.Ask a similar question
2008 right now assuming they were filed on time or at least two years before you file the Chapter 7 case, assessed 240 days before filing and there is no fraud or tax evasion . . . . You should obtain a tax transcript to find out the dates they were assessed before filing for bankruptcy. You can file a chapter 13 and pay the taxes off without further interest or penalties. That could save you some money over the long term and be debt free in five years.
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