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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tax Disputes In Bankruptcy

March 31, 2014 | Posted in Taxes

The bankruptcy court has the power to decide certain tax disputes. When consumer files bankruptcy, he must list all of his debts, including tax debts. The court has the power to determine whether or not the debts listed in a bankruptcy are valid and legitimate debts and whether or not the debt amount is what […]

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Teachable Tax Tips

March 28, 2014 | Posted in Taxes

For most families, money  management is not a top priority for teachable moments for kids. In reality, all finance related matters should be part of our teachable moments as parents. Everything from saving for a toy to filing the annual tax return should be a family matter that everyone participates. Obviously, some of the technicalities […]

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Money Strategies Post-Bankruptcy

March 26, 2014 | Posted in Money Management

Ohio bankruptcy offers unique advantages that other debt relief options do not. Often exiting bankruptcy with a clean slate and the best chance at a bright credit score future, consumers are urged to take full advantage of their  new position. Now is the time to take charge and set out on a path to a […]

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Concerns Grow Over Bankruptcy Petition Preparer Services

March 21, 2014 | Posted in News

If you are in the process of finding help with your debts be sure you know who you are working with to find resolution. A new wave of document preparation companies are popping up around the country and many are offering advice not found on solid legal knowledge. Bottom line:  if you are considering filing […]

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Discharging Tax Debt In Bankruptcy

March 19, 2014 | Posted in Taxes

A common assumption about the bankruptcy process is that it doesn’t discharge tax debts. While there is some level of accuracy to this, it isn’t entirely true. In fact, your Cincinnati bankruptcy attorney can explain the ins and outs of getting tax debts discharged in bankruptcy. Here are some basics behind the qualifications: 1. Must […]

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Your Assets In Bankruptcy

March 17, 2014 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

People often worry about their assets during the bankruptcy process, some even going so far as to hide or change ownership of the asset. This is never a good idea and could even have serious consequences to those assets, which are usually protected by Ohio bankruptcy exemption laws to begin with.

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Finding A Credit Repair Service

March 14, 2014 | Posted in Credit

As with just about every other financial and lending industry, credit repair services are another hot avenue for scamming consumers out of money. The Federal Trade Commission is urging consumers to get educated to the signs of a scam and learn tips for finding  legitimate credit repair help. Red Flags Offers bold guarantees Charges upfront […]

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I Can’t Pay My Debt

March 12, 2014 | Posted in Debt

For many people, keeping up with essential living expenses is hard enough let alone make payments to creditors. When finances become tight the threat of debt default becomes all too real. While you may not be able to pay your debt, there are some strategies for avoiding some of the consequences of default: 1. Pay […]

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Man Jailed For Bankruptcy Fraud

March 10, 2014 | Posted in News

The bankruptcy process was designed to be a tool for debt relief for those struggling with financial insolvency, but not everyone seeking help is doing it honestly. Last week, a California man was sentenced to jail for bankruptcy fraud. False Claims A business man in California filed for bankruptcy in 2005, submitting paperwork riddled with […]

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