Tax Refund Interception on Account of Discharged Debt

Often, debtors that file for bankruptcy have liabilities to a local government, a state government or the federal government. Occasionally, these liabilities are discharged. However, even if the liability is discharged it may still affect the debtor’s refunds for tax returns covering the year of the bankruptcy filing. Read More>>

Submitted by Christopher Wilcox AmeriCorps VISTA Attorney at Volunteer Lawyers Network 

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