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April 2016 Archives

Are You in the Financial Danger Zone?

Are You in the Financial Danger Zone pic.jpgIf you are struggling to make ends meet, the thought of filing for bankruptcy has probably crossed your mind. It is likely a scary thought, but it shouldn't be. The media consistently reports on businesses and celebrities that seek debt relief and makes it sound like it is the end of the world. What the media never reports is how most people emerge from their Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 with little or no remaining debt.

Top 3 Reasons Individuals Don't File Bankruptcy...and Miss Out!

reasons why people dont declare bankruptcy.jpgWe continue to be surprised by the number of people we meet who desperately need debt relief but who refuse to consider filing for bankruptcy protection because of misinformation they have about bankruptcy. Below are some common misconceptions:

Should I File Bankruptcy if I Received and Inherited IRA?

Should I File Bankruptcy if I Received and Inherited IRA.jpgIf you are considering filing for bankruptcy relief and you have recently inherited an individual retirement account (IRA), it is imperative that you seek advice from a seasoned bankruptcy attorney. The United States Supreme Court made a ruling in 2014 that a debtor seeking debt relief in bankruptcy must forfeit all funds from an inherited IRA to pay creditors and settle debts.

Debt Relief: A New Approach to Employee Recruitment

Debt Relief- A New Approach to Employee Recruitment.jpgWith the student loan crisis facing thousands of millennials, companies are taking note and starting to offer debt relief options as a recruitment perk. Most graduates do not care about gym memberships and free snacks as much as they want help with their student loan debt. In fact, debt relief options are more important than retirement for many of them.

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