Attorney Interview: What Happens If You Can't Pay Your Taxes?

David Shuster can be contacted at 888-365-0921.

Let's say you're doing your taxes, you find out how much you owe, and you realize that you can't possibly pay that much money. So what can you do?

David Shuster is a bankruptcy attorney who finds debt relief solutions for his clients in Texas. In this video, he explains in depth that if you're worried about how to pay your taxes, you have many solutions available to you, possibly including bankruptcy.

Topics Covered in This Video:

  • What should you do if you can’t pay your taxes?
  • Is there a threshold where you should call an attorney?
  • Will the IRS negotiate with back taxes?
  • What is an offer in compromise?
  • Can bankruptcy get rid of a tax debt?
  • Do you need an attorney’s help to discharge a tax debt?
  • Which type of bankruptcy is best for clearing a tax debt?
  • Should you file for bankruptcy if you're expecting a tax refund?
  • What do I need to bring with me when I meet with an attorney? Is it free?
  • Will I feel better after I meet with an attorney?

Disclaimer: This video is for informational purposes only. In some states, this video may be deemed Attorney Advertising. The choice of lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisements.

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