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I am not a CPA and cannot give tax advice per se. However, there are tax related issues in estate planning, probate, bankruptcy and real estate, so I do try to have some familiarity with the key factors of which clients should be aware when making decisions with potential tax consequences.
Here are some examples other than the big three with their own pages, Estate Tax, Capital Gains Tax, and Property Tax Appeals:
In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, tax debt that is not Dischargeable (that does not meet the Dischargeability requirement of the Debtor having filed returns and paid taxes on time for three full years after the tax became due) must be paid in a maximum of 60 months (5 years). For example, if you owe $30,000 to the IRS your Chapter 13 Plan Payment would include a payment to the IRS for $500 per month. If you cannot pay all the tax debt in 60 months you are not eligible for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.