Category Archives: Taxes

Anticipated Tax Refunds

Be sure to discuss anticipated income tax refunds with your attorney and list them in your bankruptcy and make sure they are protected by your exemptions.

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File Taxes Before Bankruptcy

You do have to file taxes before you can file bankruptcy in San Diego, and your lawyer will usually have to submit your taxes to the trustee.

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Employment Withholding Taxes

An employer’s share of employment withholding tax can be discharged in bankruptcy, but employee taxes withheld from wages are akin to trust funds.

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Sales Taxes In Bankruptcy

Sales taxes can be eliminated in bankruptcy in San Diego with proper planning, because California, unlike most states, does not view them as trust funds.

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Keep Tax Refund

You can keep your tax refund when you file bankruptcy, if the amount of the refund is covered by the applicable exemption amount for tax refunds in bankruptcy.

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Property Taxes in Bankruptcy

You can include property taxes in bankruptcy San Diego, and usually you will avoid paying them regardless of when your bankruptcy attorney files your case.

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Do I Have to File Taxes?

Whether you have to file a tax return depends on whether you are an employee, or you are self-employed, and how much money you made in the tax year.

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Bankruptcy On Taxes

You can file bankruptcy on taxes if you meet certain tests, and the older the tax debt he more likely it can be discharged.

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