It is with great affection that we say good-bye to retiring Chapter 13 Standing Trustee Jeffrey Sapir. Trustee Sapir has been in private practice concentrating on bankruptcy for over 50 years.
Besides being in private practice, Sapir has been the Chapter 13 Trustee for the Southern District of New York covering the courts in . . . → Read More: Fond Adieu to Beloved Trustee
Melissa J. Davey was appointed a Chapter 13 Trustee in the Northern District of Georgia for the Atlanta and Newnan divisions effective October 1, 2017. Her office administers approximately 9,000 Chapter 13 cases assigned to Judge W. Homer Drake, Judge Paul M. Baisier and Judge Lisa Ritchey Craig.
Prior to her appointment, she was . . . → Read More: Meet the New Trustee
Lauren A. Helbling comes to the Chapter 13 world from private practice where she served as a Chapter 7 panel trustee. Helbling was appointed as a Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Northern District of Ohio on October 1, 2017. Helbling was appointed subsequent to the retirement of Craig Shopneck who served the Cleveland . . . → Read More: Welcome New Trustee
Bureau Also Seeks Comment on Separate Proposed Rule Modifying Timing Requirements for Bankruptcy Periodic Statements
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 4, 2017
The CFPB issued an interim final rule and a proposed rule to provide mortgage servicers more flexibility and certainty around requirements to communicate with certain borrowers under the Bureau’s 2016 mortgage servicing . . . → Read More: CFPB Issues Interim Final Rule To Help Mortgage Servicers Communicate With Certain Borrowers At Risk Of Foreclosure
Diana Daugherty received her B.S. in Finance from St. Louis University in 1984 and graduated from St. Louis University Law School in 1987. She clerked at the Missouri Court of Appeals for three years and held the position of staff attorney for John V. LaBarge, Jr., the Standing Chapter 13 Trustee for the Eastern . . . → Read More: Eastern District of Missouri Has New Trustee
Sabrina L. McKinney is a native of Autauga County Alabama, received her undergraduate degree from Auburn University in 1990 and her J.D. from Jones School of Law in 1993. After law school, she was in private practice where her focus was on plaintiff’s litigation, decedent’s estates, creditor’s rights and the representation of creditors in . . . → Read More: Meet the Trustee
If taxpayers use one of the many online platforms to rent a spare bedroom, provide car rides or a number of other goods or services, they may be involved in the sharing economy. The IRS now offers a Sharing Economy Tax Center. This site helps taxpayers find the resources they need to help them . . . → Read More: Basic Tax Tips for the Sharing Economy
Aggressive and threatening phone calls by criminals impersonating IRS agents remain a major threat to taxpayers.
During filing season, the IRS generally sees a surge in scam phone calls that threaten police arrest, deportation, license revocation and other things. The IRS reminds taxpayers to guard against all sorts of con games that arise at . . . → Read More: IRS Phone Scams a Serious Threat
WASHINGTON – As the start of tax filing season approaches, the Internal Revenue Service is reminding taxpayers to start thinking about who will prepare their 2016 federal tax return. The IRS will begin processing tax returns on Monday, January 23. Many software companies and tax professionals will accept and submit tax returns before the . . . → Read More: Who Will Prepare Your Tax Return?
Many individuals will receive ACA information statements from their employer or coverage provider by early March in 2017 about their 2016 health insurance coverage:
Form 1095-B, Health Coverage Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage
Here is information about these forms:
1095-B Sent to Individuals who had health coverage for themselves or their . . . → Read More: What to Know About Health Coverage Information Statements You May Receive in 2017