Bankruptcy and Insolvency Tax

taylorlaw | 11/29/2014

The following is a list of several bankruptcy and insolvency tax publications.

2009

“Does a State Court’s Approval of a Final Account and Report Bind Federal Entities?”, California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Summer 2009)

2008

“Tax Obligations of Family Law Receivers,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Spring 2008)

“Ignore At Your Peril: BAPCPA Tax Changes Affect All Bankruptcy Chapters,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Summer 2008)

2007

“Receivers: The IRS Wants You . . . To Do Its Job For It and Then Some!”, California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Summer, 2007)

“Fiduciary is Required to Notify the I.R.S. of the Appointment as Receiver,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Winter 2007)

2006

“Receiver’s Use of Constructive Trusts,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Spring 2006)

“IRS Says All Receivership Estates are Qualified Settlement Funds and Receivers Must File Form 1120-SF Returns or Face Personal Tax Liability,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Winter 2006)

“ALL Receivers May Have Obligations to File a Federal Tax Return,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Winter 2006)

“Trustees Face Revised Procedures for Clearing an Estate’s Income Tax Returns,” NABTalk, a magazine publication of the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (Winter 2006)

2005

“It’s a Fact, Jack – Receivers Pay Personally for Ignoring the IRS Payroll Tax Priority,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Summer 2005)

“Can the Court Unsulate a Receiver From Tax Related Responsibility and Does a Federal Tax Lien Always Trump a State Lien,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Spring 2005)

“Congress Strengthens Laws for Court-Appointed Officers to Promptly File Tax Returns and Pay Taxes for Court- Supervised Businesses; Receiver Takes Hit for Non-Payment of Personal Taxes,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Fall 2005)

2004

“Intimate Affairs With the IRS: How to Handle Those Delicate Relationship Issues,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Summer 2004)

“Beware of Withholding Tax Requirements on Proceeds of Real Property Sales,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Summer 2004)

“THE IRS IS WATCHING, Practical Answers for Everyday Problems,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Summer 2004)

“Disposition of a Federal Tax Lien When the Tax Is Discharged,” American Bankruptcy Institute’s Cracking the Code, an e- Newsletter of Insolvency Issues (August 2004)

“Receivers and Taxes: A Q&A on Taxpayer ID Numbers and Sales Proceeds Distributions,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Fall 2004)

2003

“Federal Tax Liens and the Receiver,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Fall 2003)

“The Empire Strikes Back,” California Receivership News, a magazine publication of the California Receivers Forum (Winter 2003)

2002

“Turning a No Asset Chapter 7 Case into an Asset Case When There is a Federal Tax Lien , “ NABTalk, a magazine publication of the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (Spring 2002)

“Interpreting and Paying an I.R.S. Proof of Claim,” NABTalk, a magazine publication of the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (Spring 2002)

2001

“What May Constitute Fraud for Nondischargeability of Tax Debts ,” Distressed Business & Real Estate Newsletter (April/May 2001)