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Bankruptcy and Your Tax Return

Tax

How Bankruptcy Can Affect a Tax Return Receiving an income tax return can feel great and help you get caught up on debts you’ve fallen behind on. Despite having the option of “breaking even” and not paying as much in payroll taxes throughout the year, some people enjoy receiving a refund check. Unfortunately, the joy […]

Mistakes

Avoid These Common Financial Mistakes After Filing for Bankruptcy Managing your finances after bankruptcy can be a challenge, especially if you struggled before you filed. Credit and financial counseling are part of the bankruptcy process, but with everything else going on it can be difficult to remember and apply everything you learn. For many people, […]

Tips for Handling Creditor Harassment

Take Possessions

Creditor Harassment and Bankruptcy Dealing with a significant amount of debt is difficult enough, but when creditors began hounding you for payment the situation can feel as if it has spiraled out of control. Despite the limits placed on debt collectors by law, there are still plenty who harass debtors. In some cases, the actions […]

Five Things You Need to Know about Bankruptcy Fraud

Fraud

What is Bankruptcy Fraud The average person filing for bankruptcy has no intention of committing fraud. He or she is just looking for a way to get out from under their debt and are desperate to bring the creditor and collector harassment to an end. People file because they are concerned about losing their homes […]

Are you ready?

Preparing for a Bankruptcy consultation with a Bankruptcy Lawyer Filing for bankruptcy is a big decision. One of the most intimidating aspects of the process is meeting with your bankruptcy attorney. Being prepared and having all of the necessary documents and information with you for your first meeting can make things go as smoothly as […]

Should I Use My Retirement Savings to Avoid Bankruptcy?

Retirement Savings

Financial problems can occur at any age. For those who are older and facing financial challenges as they near retirement, the idea of using retirement savings to avoid bankruptcy is likely not something you’d consider. However, if you’re middle-aged or younger when financial disaster strikes, the money you’ve set aside for retirement could pose a […]

Stop Time

Bankruptcy Mistakes There are those who are pushed into bankruptcy because of a medical emergency or the unexpected loss of a job. But there is also a fair share of bankruptcy cases that start with a little too much spending, a few too many maxed credit cards, and a little too little saving. Despite all […]

Bankruptcy

The difference between bankruptcy dismissal and bankruptcy discharge For many, bankruptcy is unfamiliar territory and there are a lot of things that are new. For instance, filing for bankruptcy typically results in learning a lot of new terms. Understanding these terms and knowing the difference between ones that seem similar can be frustrating, especially if […]

Filing for Bankruptcy When You Have a Reverse Mortgage

Filing for Bankruptcy with a Reverse Mortgage More and more people, especially those who are nearing or have entered retirement, are using reverse mortgages to help them make ends meet. Unfortunately, even with a reverse mortgage, you can run into financial difficulties. If your financial situation is drastic enough to warrant bankruptcy, how will filing […]

Social Security

How Bankruptcy and Social Security Are Related Bankruptcy is one of the best tools available for managing significant debt and easing financial worries, but it isn’t something you should take lightly. Filing for bankruptcy can affect many areas of your life in good and bad ways, so it’s important to consider its effects before taking […]

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