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The phrase “death and taxes” came about because of the perceived inevitability of both. Did you know, however, that you are not always liable to pay back taxes?
In this troubling economy, consumers are rapidly learning about the surprising advantages of Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Under Chapter 13, individuals and families facing unmanageable debt can retain all property while greatly reducing monthly debt payments. And under Chapter 13, even taxes are dischargeable, generally, if they were “assessed” more than three tax years before.
At the law firm of ROWE BARNETT PLLC, located in Rockville and Greenbelt, Maryland, we are experienced bankruptcy lawyers and trial litigators, and are skilled at reducing debt through bankruptcy and through negotiations with the IRS. If you are struggling with overwhelming debt, including tax liabilities, we can help.
We have helped hundreds of people discharge debt, from credit card and health care debt to income taxes. To learn more about your tax debt rights, contact ROWE BARNETT PLLC at our office at 1-888-340-7583.
If you are behind in your taxes, then interest and penalties have likely accrued monthly since they were due.
A court-sanctioned payment plan through Chapter 13 bankruptcy can immediately stop tax interest and penalties, and can enable you to pay back just a small portion of your tax debt, leaving you tax-debt free in just 60 months.
To discuss your tax debt issues and questions, contact ROWE BARNETT PLLC for a no-charge discussion.
If you have questions regarding Chapter 13 bankruptcy and tax liability relief, contact ROWE BARNETT PLLC. We provide free initial consultations and provide payment plans and a military discount. We are also available for evening appointments, and speak Korean, Spanish, Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi. Our main office in Rockville is five minutes from the White Flint Mall. To contact us, call our office at 1-888-340-7583.
We are a federally designated debt relief agency by Congress under the United States Code.