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  • What If I Don't Own Any Assets?

    || 20-Feb-2017

    Many people who are unfamiliar with bankruptcy assume that they will automatically lose all of their property to pay back their debts, such as their home, their car, or other valuables. But what happens if you don’t have any assets? Is bankruptcy still an option? If you are struggling with debt but don’t own any assets, such as valuables, cash, or non-exempt property, that can be sold ...
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  • According to a new article published by The Wall Street Journal, the federal government is currently on track to forgive United States student loan debt by about $108,000,000,000 as more consumers are seeking help to pay down their student loans, leading to lower revenues for the US’s program to finance higher educations. This information was disclosed in a report on Wednesday when the ...
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  • Is an IRS Tax Settlement Right for Me?

    || 21-Jan-2016

    If you are struggling with old tax debt, you may be eligible for an IRS tax settlement, also called an “offer in compromise.” Through this process, which is similar to a credit card settlement, taxpayers who are unable to pay what they owe can settle by paying a fraction of that amount. An attorney at Wadhwani & Shanfeld can contact the IRS or state tax board and negotiate a ...
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  • Why Millennials Are Saving Less for Retirement

    || 11-Dec-2015

    According to a recent study, young career-goers who enter the workforce without student debt are better set for retirement than their indebted counterparts. Specifically, millennials with $30,000 in student loan debt are more likely to enter retirement with significantly less savings than other graduates their age. In fact, students who graduate with debt could end up retiring with as much as ...
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  • Avoid Debt this Holiday Season with These Budgeting Tips

    || 12-Nov-2015

    It is already mid-November, and the holidays are nearly here! With Black Friday coming up in just a couple of weeks, many people are getting ready to take advantage of some amazing deals to kick off their holiday shopping. Between buying gifts, decorating your home for the December holidays, and other expenses, all of these expenses can quickly add up. If an individual does not carefully plan and ...
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  • 4 Things You Should Know About Credit Card Debt

    || 6-Nov-2015

    For many people, to word “credit card” is often synonymous with “debt.” Contrary to what most people believe about credit, however, credit cards and debt do not have to go hand in hand. In fact, millions of credit customers use their cards regularly and never pay a penny in interest or other fees. You, too, can use credit cards to your advantage. Consider the following tips ...
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  • Avoid Holiday Season Debt with These Financial Tips

    || 14-Oct-2015

    Oftentimes, the holiday season brings about the temptation to give to your loved ones. While this can be an enjoyable part of the holidays, it is important that you take the appropriate steps of budgeting to avoid drowning yourself in unpayable debts. To help, we have compiled a list of things you can do to avoid filing for bankruptcy during the holidays. Additionally, we have supplied this list ...
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  • A new program aimed at helping Californians with limited means free themselves of driving debt will take effect this week as part of Governor Jerry Brown’s annual budget. Brown has long criticized the current traffic court system, calling it a “hellhole of desperation” for people who are caught in it. The inability to pay a spiraling amount of traffic fines and court fees has ...
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