can you file for a bankruptcy on your house even if you owe back property taxes
Absolutely. They will be handled as part of the process.
student loans and child supportalso if you owe the IRS for back taxes
You can't. Bankruptcy does not forgive you for federal taxes.
Yes, bankruptcy does not change the legal requirement of the BK filer to file an income tax return.
No you cant file on anything owed to government.
In GA Can you get your car back after a repossession if you file chapter 13 bankruptcy
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No. Federal taxes may not be discharged regardless of which state the bankruptcy is filed.
This is a good question to ask your B/K attorney for state specific and case specific advice.Not at all,once fou file for bankruptcy all of your debts will go away and any garnishments (except back taxes)will stop, back taxes you owe are not accepted on a bankruptcy case,the rest is ok.
Anybody can file for bankruptcy.
You can file up to 2 years back taxes.
It depends on a number of circumstances; often it isn't possible to discharge back taxes in bankruptcy, but it is in some cases if the back taxes are over 3 years old.
You have to pay and file taxes when due under the US tax laws, which even has it's own Federal Court System (The US Tax Court) Bankruptcy which is done under the US Bankruptcy Laws, which have their own Federal Court System (The Federal Bankruptcy Court) doesn't change any of the requirements. Apples & Oranges.
If its for income taxes that were due within the last 3 years- NO.
Any corporation can file for bankruptcy, whether or not it owes taxes. If the corporation is to be liquidated, any taxes it owes are the first priority to be paid, before the debts owed to others.
If you file bankruptcy, you file bankruptcy on everything. You can not file bankruptcy on one loan.
Only if you otherwise qualify for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy involves discharging debt. Certain debts are not dischargeable, like back child support, student loans, some taxes. If you are in violation of a state law requiring insurance coverage, filing bankruptcy will not help.
Some debts, such as taxes (including payroll taxes, most student loans and unpaid wages) are not forgiven in bankruptcy even if you file, and will not be discharged even if you are given bankruptcy relief of your other debts. And being in arrears in taxes may bar you from getting any bankruptcy relief at all . Talk to an attorney as soon as possible.
I depends on the type of bankruptcy and your agreement with the trustee/court.
Yes, you do. And any tax refund may have to be given to the trustee.
You can file bankruptcy at any time you like, but I will tell you that bankruptcy court does not have the authority to drop the taxes. The IRS or State may allow a payment plan instead of allowing them to begin confiscating property. You will still have to pay the taxes due and it may be to your benefit to work out a payment plan directly with tax department and not have to pay the legal and court fees involved with the bankruptcy.