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Blog Posts in April, 2020

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  • What Is the SBRA—and Could It Save Your Small Business?
    What Is the SBRA—and Could It Save Your Small Business?

    Congress created the Bankruptcy Code to rescue the honest debtor from unmanageable financial adversity. Through bankruptcy, both individuals and businesses obtain a fresh start by restructuring, ...

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  • How to Survive the Financial Impact of COVID-19
    How to Survive the Financial Impact of COVID-19

    Staying inside may help you survive a global pandemic, but not everyone will be financially immune to its consequences. Non-essential businesses have been forced to shut their doors, halting income ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Loan Modifications
    Everything You Need to Know About Loan Modifications

    During uncertain times such as the COVID-19 crisis, managing your finances can feel overwhelming. You or a family member may have experienced a layoff, or your business may be quickly losing revenue. ...

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  • Why Am I Being Tax Audited?
    Why Am I Being Tax Audited?

    Due to the global pandemic COVID-19, tax filing dates have been delayed three months. Although the deadline is now July 15, 2020, it doesn't mean the IRS has ceased operations or stopped auditing ...

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  • How the CARES Act Can Help Your Small Business
    How the CARES Act Can Help Your Small Business

    If you are a small business owner, you may be experiencing considerable hardship—especially if you have not been deemed an “essential business.” You may be examining ways to adjust your business ...

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  • How to Get an Offer in Compromise Approved
    How to Get an Offer in Compromise Approved

    Bankruptcy : a welcome relief for countless debtors in America. But it may not cover every type of debt you have. Alimony, child support, student loans, and certain tax debt are often untouchable, ...

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