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Bankruptcy News: August 2021
Bankruptcy News: August 2021

If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that things can change drastically in a short amount of time. That’s why its important to keep track of what is happening in the economy and with bankruptcy laws – after all, some court decisions may influence your case. ...

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  • Bankruptcy News: August 2021

    If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that things can change drastically in a short amount of time. That’s why its important to keep track of what is happening in the economy and with ...

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  • Can Debt Negotiation Help Me?

    Debt can put a financial and emotional toll on you and your family, especially if you feel like there is no way out. Thankfully, there are many debt relief options available to you, including debt ...

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  • Tax Appeals Process

    Sometimes, taxpayers may come under review by the IRS. To handle the overwhelming number of audits each year, the Internal Revenue Service established an Office of Appeals. Here’s what you should know ...

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    Bankruptcy can be confusing, but it doesn't have to be. Below are some common terms that might come up in your case. Adversary Proceeding A lawsuit that happens when someone files a complaint with the ...

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  • Fed Estimates Increased Inflation: What You Should Know

    The Federal Reserve is expecting inflation to jump over the next few years. While these are only projections, many are concerned about how these increases will affect their finances over the long run. ...

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  • Discharge Your Student Loan Debt

    You may have heard a rumor that you cannot discharge your student loan debt during bankruptcy. This is simply not true . Although you need to file an extra action known as an "adversary proceeding," ...

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