How will I know when I need to file bankruptcy?

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You will know it is time to file bankruptcy when you are overwhelmed by debt and unable to reduce your debts at a reasonable pace. You may have lawsuits filed against you, and garnishments against your wages, tax refunds, and even bank accounts. Your assets may be threatened with seizure. You may have a lien … Continued

Will bankruptcy give me a sigh of relief?

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As soon as you file for bankruptcy, you will breathe a sigh of relief. Why? Creditors will stop calling you. The mailbox will not be overflowing with collection notices. Wage garnishments will stop, giving you more money in your paycheck. Bank levies will be released allowing access to your accounts. But what about my Credit … Continued

Maintain your Business Records

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It is the dread of almost every business owner – keeping their business records in order. Yet it is a necessity. What do you really need an a second’s notice that should be in a separate folder: Your organizational records: Your articles of incorporation is you are incorporated, your entity registration, your EIN number, your … Continued

4 Questions to Ask Before Filing for Bankruptcy

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It is important that you ask the right questions prior to filing bankruptcy. Below are important questions you should ask when considering whether to file. SHOULD I FILE BANKRUPTCY? Only you can answer this common question. While an attorney can explain the pros and cons of filing a bankruptcy and tell you which way they … Continued

Tax Debt and Innocent Spouse Relief

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Ir you have filed jointly with your spouse and your spouse owes the RIS money, you will receive notices too. This often happens when your spouse owns his own business and files a schedule C. But sometimes if your spouse prepares the tax return, you may not know why you owe taxes or what the … Continued

BEHIND IN HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION FEES? YOU CAN FACE FORECLOSURE!

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Considering COVID19 and its detrimental effects on individuals’ finances and livelihoods, many states and jurisdictions have ordered temporary freezes on residential foreclosures and evictions.  In addition, courts have been closed to the public postponing many (if not all) court hearings and legal matters overall.  Orders generally state that foreclosure actions can not be initiated due … Continued