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Can IRS Debt Be Discharged In Bankruptcy? The Answer May Surprise You!

Discharge IRS Debt in Bankruptcy - The answer to the question "Can IRS tax debt be discharged in bankruptcy" is YES with some limitations. http://restartyourlifejax.com Jacksonville bankruptcy attorney Robert Peters discusses the requirements that must be met in order to allow you to discharge IRS tax debt in a personal bankruptcy. The IRS tax debt must be for personal income taxes and it must be at least 3 years since the April date of filing. If your 2010 taxes were due to be filed in April of 2011, then you would meet the three year rule by April of 2014. The next big rule is the 2 year rule that says your taxes must have been filed for at least 2 years. Go to our website, http://restartyourlifejax.com and learn more, and then call or schedule a free consultation and Robert will be glad to meet with you and talk about discharging IRS Tax debt in a bankruptcy.

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