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Unfortunately, we need to wait until after your bankruptcy discharges before we can represent you. The IRS will not attempt to collect on your debt while you are in an active bankruptcy, however your tax debt will continue to grow due to penalties and interest during this time. Bankruptcy and Tax Debt Most tax debts can't be wiped out in bankruptcy. You'll continue to owe your tax debt at the end of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case or you'll have to repay them in full in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan.
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Pending Bankruptcy Discharge
Since you've indicated you have an open bankruptcy case, we need to wait until your case has been discharged before we can begin helping you. If you have questions regarding your bankruptcy case or just want a second opinion, complete the next page and we'll reach out to you.
Tax Tip: Certain tax debts can be discharged in bankruptcy, but you’ll have to meet very specific qualifications. Contact a Vercy Tax Specialist to check your eligibility.