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If $25,000 paid to IRS and chap 13 case was dismissed due to hardship, will money be deducted from balance owed IRS?

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New Chap 13 petition

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No unless the IRS debt was discharged. Any monies paid to the IRS will reduce the tax liability but the debt is not deducted unless actually discharged.

Was the IRS debt discharged at all?

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