Does filing Ch 13 then converting to Ch 7 cause any repercussions on your income tax filing this year?

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I don't know what other tax ramifications might result from the conversion, but if one converts their case from 13 to 7 prior to receiving their tax refund that year, the Chapter 7 trustee normally takes the tax refund check and distributes it to creditors if the amount of the refund is over $1,000.00 or so.
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