I was out of work for over 2 years & used everything I had to survive. I ended up filing Chapter 13 in 2014. I then converted to a chapter 7 in 2015 because I couldn't keep up with the plan payments. It was recently discharged & now the state has sent me notice they want the money. I have no assets or savings. What do I do?
VA may seek a number of actions against you including a lien on any property you own (which may not be much given you just went through a Chapter 7). Alternatively, you may try and work out a payment plan by contacting the VA Department of Taxation. For more information on Tax Debt, I would recommend speaking with a tax lawyer near you soon on how to negotiate the tax debt.
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