Eliminating or Discharging State And Federal Tax in Manchester
Individuals and small business owners in Manchester,CT often face a variety of tax problems without the knowledge or experience to understand any of the solutions available. Professional assistance can quickly help to resolve tax problems in any status of collection. As experienced bankruptcy and tax relief attorneys, we know the full range of all available options. It's never too late to obtain the best legal tax counsel available.
Bankruptcy's Automatic Stay on Tax Collection Efforts
The filing of a bankruptcy petition will immediately stop all tax collections, liens or other attachments by creating an automatic stay. The automatic stay stops all forms of tax collection and provides the relief and time necessary to create a tax resolution based upon the overriding provisions of the Bankruptcy Code. The Bankruptcy Code even provides for the removal of attachments, liens, levies and garnishments already in effect prior to the date of the bankruptcy filing.
To learn more about eliminating or discharging taxes in Manchester and throughout Connecticut, call us at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027 for a free consultation with an experienced tax elimination attorney. Or contact us online by completing our simple Contact Form.
Discharging or Restructuring All Types of Taxes in Bankruptcy
As attorneys, we are licensed to provide proper advice and solutions to all types of tax problems within the protections afforded by the "attorney/client privilege." For the past 30 years, we've used all forms of negotiation and bankruptcy relief to solve all types of tax problems; including:
- State and federal income taxes
- Federal trust fund taxes
- State trust fund taxes
- Real estate taxes
- Personal property taxes
- State sales taxes
Bankruptcy Discharges State and Federal Income Taxes
In cases filed under Chapter 7, Chapter 13 or certain Chapter 11 cases, older state and federal income taxes can be discharged permanently. To eliminate income taxes under these chapters of bankruptcy, the tax must meet certain standards:
- The tax period is more than 3 years from the date of the filing of the bankruptcy petition
- Tax returns for the applicable tax period must be "filed" for at least 2 years prior to the bankruptcy filing
- No "assessments" can be made within 270 days of the bankruptcy filing.
Tax Relief through Bankruptcy at the Law Offices of Neil Crane
All types of tax debts, including federal, state and local taxes, income taxes, sales taxes, payroll taxes and real estate taxes are subject to bankruptcy law which allows for repayment in whole or in part over time at favorable terms. An early and complete evaluation of all your tax problems and the resources available under your particular budget is essential to providing the best type of bankruptcy tax relief for your specific needs.
To learn more about discharging taxes, contact the Manchester tax and bankruptcy attorneys at the Law Offices of Neil Crane at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027.