19
Mar

Utility Disconnection and Bankruptcy

The Wisconsin winter season can be tough on the pocketbook. We celebrate costly holidays in November and December, receive and owe on our Wisconsin real estate tax bills in January, and our utility bills skyrocket every month. The last few Wisconsin winters have been especially harsh due to the extreme cold temperatures. Many of you...
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Wisconsin Income Taxes
13
Mar

Information and Documents Needed to File Your Federal and Wisconsin Income Taxes

When you know what information you need beforehand, Federal and Wisconsin tax return filing becomes a lot easier. Use this handy list to help you prepare for Federal and Wisconsin income tax return filing.
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Elkhorn WI debt settlement scam
05
Mar

Don’t Become the Victim of a Debt Settlement Scam

Elkhorn, Wisconsin residents seeking debt relief or a debt settlement company must heed the old saying, “If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.” Unfortunately, there are a lot of dishonest companies in this world and some of them hail from the State of Wisconsin. According to the Wisconsin State Court...
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02
Mar

Abandoned Foreclosures in Walworth County Must Be Sold by Banks Within a Reasonable Time

Did you recently abandon or move out of a property going through foreclosure in Walworth County? Are you a financial institution left with an abandoned property going through a Walworth County foreclosure? A recent Wisconsin Supreme Court decision could have interesting ramifications for both banks and homeowners. The decision states that mortgage lenders must sell...
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Kenosha Bankruptcy Income Tax Discharge
25
Feb

Criteria for Discharging Income Tax Debt Through Bankruptcy

Do you owe the IRS a large sum of money? You may be able to discharge your IRS income tax debt through a Kenosha Bankruptcy filing. Take a look at the criteria below. You must meet all criteria listed below in order to discharge your income tax debt through a Kenosha bankruptcy.
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24
Feb

Should You File Bankruptcy Before or After Filing Income Taxes?

You plan on filing a Delavan bankruptcy case in 2015; however, you never thought about the timing… until now. It’s tax season. Tax season makes you wonder whether you should file your income taxes before or after you file bankruptcy. Let’s take a look at the best scenarios.
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Walworth County bankruptcy tax refund
18
Feb

Learn How You Can File Bankruptcy and Keep Your Tax Refund

Tax season is upon us. Most of us are looking forward to a nice-sized income tax refund check, but what happens to your refund check if you are planning to file a Walworth County bankruptcy? Will the trustee confiscate your tax return? Let’s take a look at how you can file a Walworth County bankruptcy...
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thrifty Christmas to avoid East Troy bankruptcy
22
Dec

Don’t Let Christmas Cause Bankruptcy

People tend to get a bit crazy during the Christmas season. We over do it on decorations, gifts, and a large family dinner. Don’t let the lack of self control cause you to file an East Troy bankruptcy. Instead, implement our tips below to have a fulfilling, yet thrifty Christmas.
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union grove bankruptcy budget for new year
16
Dec

Avoid Bankruptcy by Creating a Budget for the New Year

The New Year is right around the corner and with that comes a fresh start. The New Year is an opportunity to do things right with a clean slate. This pertains to all facets of life, including your finances. You can avoid a Union Grove bankruptcy by creating an itemized budget for the New Year....
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