forgotten credit

February 6th, 2008 by Questions

what if i file for bankruptcy and i forget a creditor or i owe revenue canada monies but know this till i file my taxes would this not be included in the bankruptcy or would it

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, Barton Goth GCO Bankruptcy Trustees said:

If you have forgotten a creditor as long as you tell your trustee about it before you are discharged from bankruptcy you shouldn`t have any need to be concerned.

However, taxes are a different issue as it is going to depend on what tax return the money is owing. As long as it is a return prior to bankruptcy simply inform your trustee and it will be cleared, but if it is a tax return that realtes to after the date of bankruptcy you cannot be cleared from it.

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