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  1. […] was surprised to learn that income tax debt can be discharged. I guess he had not read my prior post about this topic. The mistaken belief that tax debts are with you forever is prevalent with lay […]

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  2. […] was surprised to learn that income tax debt can be discharged. I guess he had not read my prior post about this topic. The mistaken belief that tax debts are with you forever is prevalent with lay […]

    Pingback by Troutman & Napier, PLLC | Discharge tax debt? Yes, you can… | December 8, 2014 | Reply


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