Most taxes are not dischargeable, but some income taxes are dischargeable. Basically, the IRS gets three years to try to collect from debtors, before debtors may discharge income taxes. If a debtor files a timely tax return, three years after the return(s) were first due, the taxes become dischargeable.
The best thing we can do to determine if your taxes are dischargeable is order a transcript of your tax history from the IRS. Come in, sign a tax transcript request, and we can see which taxes are dischargeable. IRS transcripts can be ordered online, and have the detail needed to make a determination if taxes are dischargeable.