Houston Bankruptcy – On IRS Hardly Necessary
Houston Bankruptcy – Joe Mastriano, CPA Explains Why This May Not Be Your Best Decision!
Before Filing for a Houston Bankruptcy…
Many people seek out Houston CPA’s and Attorneys to resolve their IRS problems. In an attempt to save taxes, businesses and individuals are often asked to file for bankruptcy. As a Houston CPA with over 30 years of experience with IRS problems, I’ve found ways to maximize a taxpayer’s savings by assisting in a corporate restructure, filing an offer in compromise, etc.
Seek the help of a Tax CPA
Generally, personal income taxes may be discharged when the taxes are at least three years old, were assessed at least 240 days prior to the bankruptcy filing and were voluntarily filed at least two years ago. If you are considering filing bankruptcy and the IRS has filed for you, (known as an SFR or Substitute for Return) consult an attorney prior to filing original returns! This is critical and must not be ignored.Please thoroughly review this website. Use the “search” on the top right to help find solutions to your IRS problems–you can avoid an IRS bankruptcy!For more information on bankruptcy, please See Our Bankruptcy Page.