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Carlos J. Cuevas

An important and recurring issue in personal bankruptcy cases is the dischargeability of taxes related to a non-filed or a late filed tax return. Bankruptcy Code §523(a)(1)(B) governs the dischargeability of taxes pertaining to non-filed or late filed tax returns, and this provision states:


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