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msdivadj

city taxes?

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ok so here's the thing, I am filing BK shortly - about a month. (it really bites to have to PAY for BK when - hello!- you're broke) at any rate, one of the questions my atty asked is whether we've always filed/paid our taxes on time. Well yeah, sort of. State and federal - yes. City? Not so much. I fell awful and I feel like I'm going to go to some sort of debtor's prison for it. I have :blink: ahem, never filed city taxes. YIKES. I know, I know, I should have known better, but I didn't. So here I am about to file and I want to tell my atty this and straighten it out, BUT I don't even know where to begin. I have moved SO much it's ridiculous. Literally I have moved 6 times in the past 2 years alone. I am wondering if any of this debt (assuming I owe - and knowing my luck, I would) can be included in the BK. Alternatively/or in addition to, I'd like to START filing/paying, but am so afraid my previous non-filing would be found out and off I go to debtor's prison :clapping:

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