As written, the Code only requires you to file the 2011 return IF you have filed the return prior to your bankruptcy case. But you don't want to make waves as a pro-se -- turn over the 2011 return if you can, and the 2010 return if you can't.Ask a similar question
You can file your 2011 taxes as you normally would - if you owe and want to wait until the deadline, that's fine. You'll just need to provide your most recently filed taxes to the trustee. The trustee will likely ask if you expect a refund, because you would need to exempt those funds or turn them over to the trustee, but since you expect to owe you should be fine.Ask a similar question
Its not unusual here that the trustee wants 5 years worth of returns even though the statute says 1.
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