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Debt Discharge in Bankruptcy

If you have not filed your tax returns and/or mounting IRS tax debt that needs to be successfully eliminated, or dealt with, there are a number of options available to you. In some instances, the tax debt can be discharged in bankruptcy, though it depends what type of bankruptcy you file. Because owing the IRS money is intimidating to most people, many turn to the experts at Tax Problem Solver to maximize their chances of winning a tax settlement while minimizing their contact with the IRS agents.

Debt Discharge in Bankruptcy

If you have not filed your tax returns and/or mounting IRS tax debt that needs to be successfully eliminated, or dealt with, there are a number of options available to you. In some instances, the tax debt can be discharged in bankruptcy, though it depends what type of bankruptcy you file. Because owing the IRS money is intimidating to most people, many turn to the experts at Tax Problem Solver to maximize their chances of winning a tax settlement while minimizing their contact with the IRS agents.


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Bankruptcy is a legal process available to an individual or business to either eliminate debt or reorganize their debt so they can move forward. Through this process, you may be able to stop foreclosures and repossessions, stop harassing creditor phone calls, stop creditor lawsuits and eliminate debt. There are several bankruptcy options that may be filed; Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 are the most common. Which of these bankruptcy chapters you may be qualified to file depends on many different criteria and questions to be answered since the bankruptcy code has several rules that have to be followed in order to discharge a tax debt.

Is filing bankruptcy the right way to go?  
The answer to this question should come from someone like tax attorney Larry Heinkel who has helped thousands of people like you since 1983 to make the right decision for their situation. Whether you’re behind on your credit cards, upside down in your house, had a drastic decrease in income or other financial problems, Tax Problem Solver can help you decide if bankruptcy is a good choice for you or if your situation needs a different strategy.

You have choices. 
There are several options to eliminate your tax debt, including a payment plan, a settlement via Offer in Compromise (OIC), challenging the actual amount of the liability or discharging the tax debt through bankruptcy. Most tax resolution companies really only handle OICs, when there are other, often better, options that may be available to you. The bigger question is, why would you place the future of your credit life in the hands of someone who is not an attorney and has little experience to guide you in the right direction; just not for now, but for their future? At Tax Problem Solver, we put your interests first. The professionals at Tax Problem Solver can help navigate the tricky and difficult waters of an IRS negotiation if that’s the appropriate route to take.

Why Larry Heinkel?
In settlement discussions with IRS, all assets must be disclosed and properly valued, with supporting documentation. Calculating the amount to offer is an “art.” Any flaw in your presentation can doom your offer. With professional local representation, your case can be preliminarily evaluated for success and, if pursued, pushed through to a conclusion. With over 35 years of experience, tax attorney Larry Heinkel knows all the options that may be available to you and is more than competent to discuss them in detail and help you make an informed decision as to which path to take.

What to do next. 
Most of our competitors don’t offer solutions other than Offers in Compromise, yet an OIC may not be the best option for you and it may be possible that bankruptcy may be better. Or maybe the statute of limitations will expire soon. So, rather than just push you into an OIC, which may not be appropriate for you, we always start with a “Game Plan” consultation.

When we meet, we will listen carefully to your story and the facts of your particular case. Then we will outline the options available to you. We will explain what you can and cannot do; what the IRS can and cannot do. We will answer all your questions with this in mind: we will tell you the truth, whether you like the news or not. We won’t just tell you what you want to hear. To resolve your tax issues, chose wisely. Choose Larry Heinkel and the Tax Problem Solver team.

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