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How To Use Bankruptcy to Lower Your Car Payment

How To Use Bankruptcy to Lower Your Car Payment

Paying a car payment each month with interest you know is exorbitant can be agony. But did you know that you could use bankruptcy to lower your car payments? There are actually two different ways to accomplish a lower car payment by filing bankruptcy, and both are...
What Bills You Should Still Pay After Bankruptcy

What Bills You Should Still Pay After Bankruptcy

So you’ve taken the leap and filed bankruptcy. Wiping out your debt is a fulfilling feeling, but don’t let that feeling of relief prevent you from making important financial decisions in the future. After all, you can’t improve your credit score if you...

Are Chapter 13 Plan Payments Tax Deductible?

Everyone loves saving money on their taxes, and Chapter 13 debtors are fully eligible to take certain tax deductions if their plan payments are comprised of deductible items. For instance, most 30-year home mortgages are not only front-loaded with interest payments,...

Why Making More Money in a Chapter 13 Is a Waste of Your Time

I know, it seems like working hard to pay off your Chapter 13 payment plan would be good advice. But it’s not. Chapter 13 requires a monthly payment to be made to your creditors over a three to five year period.  The size of your payments is determined in 3...

What You Need to Know About Tax Liens and Bankruptcy

In bankruptcy court, the IRS is a creditor like any other, with a few key differences that make it a bit more difficult to wipe out tax debts compared to the debts of credit card companies and other unsecured creditors.  Tax debt is, at first, unsecured, meaning that...

How Much Does Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Cost?

Chapter 13 is a great tool for paying back your debts over time, especially mortgage and vehicle back payments.  In fact, many clients prefer to file a Chapter 13 because of the flexibility inherent in the payment plan, as most of my fees are paid through the Chapter...