In In Re McGrew, No. 13-00149, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Iowa addressed a dispute as to whether the taxpayer had actually filed her tax return with the IRS. The taxpayer said she did; the IRS said she did not. This is a very common and important issue that taxpayers often […]
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Bankruptcy can be one of the best methods for resolving tax debts. This is particularly true if the taxpayer’s primary assets only consist of retirement accounts and equity in a personal residence. The recent In re Moore, No. 15-42046 (Bankr. E.D. Tex. Jul. 7, 2016), case presents an opportunity to consider the results if the […]
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