Webinar: Pre-Petition Tax Debt Planning and Post-Petition Consequences

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Webinar: Pre-Petition Tax Debt Planning and Post-Petition Consequences

September 23, 2015

Planning for Tax Debts: What Debtor’s Counsel Must Understand and What the Debtor Needs to Know in Handling Pre-Petition Tax Debts in Bankruptcy
Hosted by the Consumer Bankruptcy Committee

This webinar will discuss the effect of the hanging paragraph under § 523(a)(1), post-petition issues, considerations in filing tax returns for the individual chapter 11 debtor, and tax implications for trustees in administering debtors’ estates.

The panel will also address the following questions:

  1. Are any tax debts dischargeable in chapter 7?
  2. What happens to installment agreements during the pendency of a bankruptcy case?
  3. What happens when debtors default on offer and compromise agreements?
  4. How does the IRS compute and impose fines and penalties post-petition, and where can the debtor access this information?
September 23, 2015

75 Minutes
12:00-1:15 pm ET

$75 ABI members
$195 non-members


Susan A. Berson
Berson Law Group LLP
Overland Park, Kan.

Aaron D. Gregory (Invited)
Internal Revenue Service
Richmond, Va.

Hon. Robert N. Kwan
U.S. Bankruptcy Court (C.D. Cal.)
Los Angeles