Sunday, June 20, 2010

Taxes and Bankruptcy: Do I have to file to file?

Yes, you will have to get current with your tax returns when you file for bankruptcy in Portland, OR. Tom McAvity explains why.

Don't get scared or let filing your tax returns deter you from beginning the bankruptcy process -- bankruptcy can help with debt to the IRS. While some people are so fearful of filing taxes during (or even before!) a bankruptcy, it is a part of the process that must be tended to during the Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing process with attorney Tom McAvity or any other bankruptcy lawyer in the U.S. You may even be eligible for discharging some of your taxes during a bankruptcy -- and this can provide a huge relief to you and your family.

Before you start wringing your hands and worrying about taxes you haven't filed, remember that you will have the protection of bankruptcy and the representation of a qualified Oregon bankruptcy attorney

For more information on discharging your taxes in bankruptcy, watch the following video.

For more information on why and how you need to file your taxes during bankruptcy, call Tom McAvity today by dialing 1-866-601-1918.

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