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FILING BANKRUPTCY BEFORE SEEKING INNOCENT SPOUSE RELIEF ON IRS CLAIM ENDS IN DISMISSAL OF BANKRUPCY CASE AT REQUEST OF DEBTOR

Pearl Dwek filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 13.  Before the Court had confirmed her plan, she filed a motion to modify the stay to extend the period of her payment plan to allow her to proceed in U.S. Tax Court … Continue reading

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IRS IS WORST CREDITOR TO HAVE

It is never pleasant to owe a debt you cannot pay.  There is no doubt, however, that if you must owe a debt, prefer any creditor over IRS.  IRS is the worst creditor to have. COLLECTION POWERS OF IRS VERSUS … Continue reading

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