Debtors Must Be Up-to-Date on Tax Returns

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Filing Bankruptcy - Up-to-Date Tax Returns

When a person or married couple begin filing bankruptcy, particularly chapter 7 bankruptcy or chapter 13 bankruptcy of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, they incur many duties and obligations which must be satisfied in order to receive an eventual discharge (cancellation) of their debts. One of the obligations, while filing bankruptcy, is to provide the trustee assigned to their case a … Read More

How Filing Bankruptcy Can Discharge Some Tax Debts

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Disability Attorney - On the Docket

Ordinarily, tax debts are not discharged or cancelled after filing bankruptcy. There is a possible exception in regards to certain federal tax debts. Generally speaking, it is important to have all the facts about the specific debt before determining if Federal Income Tax is dischargeable. It’s also important to determine time periods which make tax debt dischargeable by filing bankruptcy. … Read More

An Experienced RGG Law Attorney Fights for Client in Federal Appeal

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Attorney Jon Gold

Attorney Jon Gold of RGG Law appeared in Kansas City on February 25, 2015, before a three-judge panel of the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel (BAP) for the Eighth Circuit. He was representing an RGG Law client who was filing bankruptcy. While most bankruptcy cases do not involve contested matters or appeals to higher courts, those with more complicated financial … Read More