Stephen Kass – Law Offices of Stephen B. Kass, P.C.

IRS Wage Garnishment

The IRS or New York state government can take a portion of your paycheck in to collect taxes not paid. An IRS wage garnishment requires your employer to garnish your wages or risk being liable for the tax payments for you. Wage…more

| Bankruptcy, Taxation

Medicare and Medicaid payments

For Americans living on unemployment, Medicare, Medicaid, and other social benefits, they may be happy to know Congress on February 17, 2012, concluded a long debate on whether and how to extend payroll tax reductions,…more

| Bankruptcy, Taxation

Post-Bankruptcy Filing Debtor Education

In order to accomplish the purpose of the bankruptcy filing, to get rid of prior debts, you have to follow court rules to get to discharge. After filing a petition, you will be required to go to a 341 hearing. In a chapter 13,…more

| Bankruptcy, Education

Chapter 7 & Chaper 13 Bankruptcy

Differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Under Chapter 7, all the Debtor’s non-exempt property becomes property of the trustee, the trustee then liquidates that property and distributes the proceeds to creditors. The…more

| Bankruptcy

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