Taxes in Bankruptcy
Harrisburg Bankruptcy and Taxes Lawyers
The attorneys of the Law Offices of Craig A. Diehl are experienced at handling bankruptcy-related tax issues, including audits, collection efforts, and appeals.
Our Harrisburg bankruptcy and taxes attorneys serve clients throughout Cumberland County, Dauphin County, and York County from our convenient location in Camp Hill. To schedule a consultation regarding your bankruptcy-related tax issues, contact the Law Offices of Craig A. Diehl.
York, Pennsylvania, Tax Penalty Attorney
It is not necessary to work directly with the IRS or state tax department to resolve tax issues. In a growing number of cases, bankruptcy is used strategically to resolve tax issues.
Each case is unique — Chapter 11 or 13 bankruptcy can be used under a variety of different circumstances to facilitate resolution of your individual or business tax concerns. For example, Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be used to reduce penalties or convert tax liability into unsecured or non-priority debt, so that it doesn’t have to be paid back in full. Chapter 11 and 13 bankruptcy can also be used to provide an extended period of time to spread tax payments out over three or five years, which can be very beneficial for cash flow purposes.
It is important that an attorney experienced at handling tax considerations in bankruptcy evaluate your specific circumstances, including whether liens have been filed and what kinds of taxes are owed. We can also recommend whether an offer in compromise with the IRS is available and appropriate in your situation.
Camp Hill Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Law Firm
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.