2016

Starting a business is always a risk, and sometimes it doesn't end well. Read on to find out if bankruptcy is the right move for you.

2016

Student Loans And Bankruptcy 101 – What You Need To Know If Your Student Loans Are Sinking You Financially

27 January 2016
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Attending college was a dream come true, but unfortunately your student loans have turned into a nightmare. Your salary isn't even covering your basic expenses, let alone your large student loans. You've heard that you cannot discharge your student loans in a bankruptcy, but at this point, you feel that filing either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is your only hope that you can recover financially.  Student Loans and Bankruptcy
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What Should You Know about Tax Planning at Age 65 and Beyond?

15 January 2016
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If you will be celebrating your sixty-fifth year on the planet during 2016, you may be giving more and more thought to the best ways to leave some of your assets to your heirs. With tax rates, rules, and regulations in a seemingly constant state of flux, this planning can be difficult—and you may not feel you have enough assets to justify the creation of a trust. Fortunately, there are several potentially lucrative tax deductions and credits that can help you maximize your retirement savings (or even leave a bit extra to your heirs) without undertaking any additional expense.
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Find Out How Exemptions Work In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Before You File

7 January 2016
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Filing for bankruptcy is not something you should rush into, unless you are absolutely certain it will benefit your financial situation. While it can be quite helpful to some people, there are also times when it does not offer a lot of benefits to a person. One way you can determine whether it will be right for you is by understanding how exemptions work in Chapter 7 bankruptcies. All the property you own will be classified as exempt or nonexempt, and the way this will work can help you decide whether bankruptcy is right for you.
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is bankruptcy a smart business move?

America is supposed to be the land of opportunity. What do you do when you try to take advantage of an opportunity that ends up costing you more than what it is bringing in? Sometimes, a business that you start just doesn't work out as you had hoped. It could be that you don't have enough experience or it could be that the market goes bad. Whatever the reason for the business not doing well, you will have to think carefully about your next step. Is bankruptcy the only way to get through this difficult time without losing everything you have worked for?