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Do You Qualify For Debt Relief?

In earlier posts, we’ve devoted considerable time and energy to discussing common debt related terminology. We’ve discussed terminology associated with debt consolidation, for instance. This terminology is critical to grasping this important topic.  Accordingly, our readers should definitely take time to master … Continue reading

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Troubled Asset Relief Program – Update

As part of their continuing efforts to promote financial stability and restore the health of the economy, the United States Treasury has continued to develop new applications for the funds allocated to the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) established in … Continue reading

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The Retirement, Savings, and Other Tax Relief Act of 2018

Last night, Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) of the House Committee on Ways and Means released the “Retirement, Savings, and Other Tax Relief Act of 2018.” This bill includes several changes to the federal tax code. Tax Extenders: The bill would … Continue reading

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Protestors Demand Foreclosure Relief from Countrywide

California homeowners protested outside the offices of Countrywide Financial this week, demanding a moratorium on foreclosure proceedings and increased efforts at mortgage loan-modification. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – Bankruptcy Law

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(Video) HOW DOES A CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY START? WHAT IS A PETITION FOR RELIEF?

Section 301(a) of the Bankruptcy Codes states that a voluntary Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is commenced with the filing of a petition with the bankruptcy court. A petition, simply put, is a formal written request, signed by you, appealing to the … Continue reading

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