Since the IRS debt you referred to is not secured nor is it priority debt, the IRS will be treated the same as your other unsecured creditors.
All of which from whom you will be "free" once your Chapter 13 plan is completed and you receive your discharge.
That was an awkward sentence!
In other words, you will be "free" from the IRS upon discharge.
Since your IRS debt is unsecured and non-priority, the IRS will be treated the same as your other unsecured non-priority creditors, such as credit card companies.This means you will be "free" from the IRS when you receive your discharge - upon completion of your Chapter 13 plan.
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