Reba will discuss how to deal with IRS lien issues following bankruptcy discharge because discharge only covers the personal liability for the taxes..
Dischargeability of Taxes in Bankruptcy
Reba will discuss how to deal with IRS lien issues following bankruptcy discharge because discharge only covers the personal liability for the taxes.
Learn the types of taxes that are dischargeable, the statute periods that must pass before those taxes are dischargeable, how to count the statute periods, and the types of actions that toll the running of the statute. Learn the effect of “fraudulent return” or “willful attempt to defeat taxes” on dischargeability.Reba will discuss how to deal with IRS lien issues following bankruptcy discharge because discharge only covers the personal liability for the taxes. Discharge may resolve the tax liability and yet, leave the lien in place.
Speaker: Reba Wingfield, Esq.
Approximately 3 Hours
Audio CDs of recorded live presentation, printed course materials + presentation slides
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Reba Wingfield, Esq.
Reba began working in the legal field in 1976 in a secretarial position for a small firm in Northeast Arkansas. She worked in the Northeast Arkansas area until 1979, at which time she moved to Little Rock. She quickly progressed to the level of paralegal and continued in that position until 1991, when she started law school. As a paralegal, Reba did extensive work in the areas of bankruptcy, corporate law, banking law and general litigation. While attending law school she began clerking for Neil Deininger, P.A. and, upon graduation from UALR School of Law in May 1994, she joined Neil’s practice as an associate. Since that time, Reba has practiced extensively in the areas of bankruptcy with tax issues, business and estate planning, probate, general corporate law, and tax and commercial litigation. In January of 1998, Reba became a partner in the law firm of Deininger & Wingfield, P.A. She has a J.D. with an emphasis in tax, 1994, UALR School of Law, Little Rock, Arkansas, and a B.B.A. in Business Administration, 1991, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Reba holds professional memberships with the American Bar Association; Section on Taxation, Arkansas Bar Association; Section on Debtor-Creditor, and Pulaski County Bar Association.