Discharge of Income Tax Debts
California Debt Discharge Attorney
Modesto Income Tax Lawyer
Bankruptcy Attorney in Modesto, California
Tax debts less than three years old cannot be discharged, but those more than three years old can be discharged in certain circumstances. Tax debt relief can provide an individual or small business owner the breathing room to increase cash flow and the ability to manage other debts. It may possible to obtain a partial tax debt discharge of debts less than three years old through an offer in compromise.
The Thomas Hogan Law Office has extensive experience in bankruptcy and tax debt discharge matters. Mr. Hogan understands how to negotiate reductions in income tax burdens with the I.R.S. and use the income tax laws for the benefit of his clients.
Call (209) 214-6600 send the firm an e-mail to arrange for a free fifteen-minute consultation regarding your tax situation and the tax debt discharge possibilities available to you.
The Three Year Rule
To qualify under the three year rule for the purposes of obtaining a tax debt discharge through the bankruptcy process, your income taxes must have been filed on time. If they were filed late, there is a two year waiting period after the filing of the return and a bankruptcy filing to qualify for a discharge of your older taxes.
Attorney Thomas P. Hogan has more than 25 years experience in tax law and bankruptcy matters. He can quickly analyze your situation and inform you of what can be done in your case. Tax debt relief may be just a phone call away.
Offers in Compromise
It may be possible to reduce your outstanding tax debts through an offer in compromise. You need to be aware that the I.R.S. grants only a small portion of the applications for offers in compromise it receives.
Thomas Hogan’s years of experience have taught him how to approach the I.R.S. in the right way. If a partial tax debt discharge through an offer in compromise is possible, he will work to achieve that for you.
Contact a Bankruptcy Lawyer
For a free fifteen-minute consultation with the Thomas Hogan Law Office, call (209) 214-6600 or send the firm an e-mail.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.