The Most Important Legacy

What’s the most important thing you can leave to your heirs? If I asked you this question, I suspect most of you would say, “You know, Ken: it’s my money, my real estate, my property, my assets-all of that.” But let me ask a few more questions: How much of your money would you trade […]

Important Information About an Offer in Compromise

The ultimate goal of an Offer in Compromise or an OIC, is the settlement and eradication your tax debt. In this process, both parties, the taxpayer and the IRS, attempt to reach a mutually beneficial agreement. Applications for OIC are entertained so that taxpayers are given the chance to pay their debts at a lesser […]

The Following Are Steps On How To File Bankruptcy

The following are steps on how to file bankruptcy: collection paperwork, filing bankruptcy, automatic stay, bankruptcy trustee, meeting of creditors and intent prelim. Crowd paperwork is the introductory and most important step to drive the formation of how to file a bankruptcy. One devoir itemize his current income sources; higher money transactions for two senescence; […]

Is a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Right For Me?

If you are having serious difficulty keeping up with your monthly payments, you might be considering bankruptcy. You may have heard that bankruptcy entails serious credit issues, and that it should be avoided at all costs. Although a bankruptcy will certainly have credit score ramifications, it is often the case that by the time you’ve […]

Does Parents Divorce Translate Into More Student Loan Debt?

A study conducted by researchers at Rice University and the University of Wisconsin and published in the December 2010 issue of the Journal of Family Issues concludes that college students whose parents are divorced or remarried receive less financial support from their parents than do students who remain married to each other. The study, which […]