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Hello. RE 2006 Form 1040 tax I have been paying on an installment

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Hello. RE: 2006 Form 1040 tax I have been paying on an installment plan. The return for that tax was filed on time. The payoff balance is about $300. I understand that if I file my bankruptcy petition today, as I'm planning to do, this debt is NOT dischargeable either per the 3-year rule or because of tolling. MY QUESTION IS... do I still report this as an unsecured priority claim on Schedule E? (i.e., does ALL tax debt go on Schedule E, even if not dischargeable?) I find the code confusing on this point. Thank you.
HI and thank you for your question.
You would list the tax debt on schedule E of the petition. All tax debt would go here. Once you file, I would send the IRS a request for determination of dischargeability to confirm that the tax is not dischargeable, just to be sure it isn't discharged. IF not, then you can set up on a payment plan with them. Thanks and good luck.
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