A. Schedules of Liabilities. If the debtor schedules a tax obligation, it must include the date the tax obligation was incurred or assessed and the type of tax (e.g., personal income tax – Form 1040; payroll tax – Forms 940 and 941; 100% penalty).
B. Service of Amendment. The debtor must serve any amendment to the petition, schedules, or statement of financial affairs, with the original § 341 notice, on all parties in interest.
C. Failure to File Information. If an individual debtor in a Chapter 7, Chapter 12, or Chapter 13 case does not file information required by 11 U.S.C. §§ 521, 1221, 1321, or by court order, and the failure continues for more than seven days after either the court enters a deficiency notice or the trustee files a notice the debtor failed to comply, the court may dismiss the case without further notice or hearing.
D. Privacy Rules. Parties and their counsel must redact personal data identifiers. The clerk will not redact documents or review documents for compliance.