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Can I keep my tax refund if I file for chapter 7 bankruptcy? Will the trustee take my tax refund if I file for chapter 7 bankruptcy?
Short answer . . . it depends. (skip to the end for a summary on when to file) I never counsel anyone to represent themselves pro se in a bankruptcy. The reason is this: it is very easy to lose … Continue reading
I filed a bankruptcy and received a discharge and one of my creditors sent me a 1099-C. Do I need to report my discharged debts as taxable income on my taxes?
Probably not. I am not an accountant or a CPA or a tax attorney. However, my understanding is that you do not need to report your discharged debts as taxable income. Often times a creditor who decides to write off … Continue reading