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Bill collectors and banks can seize your stimulus money to pay for outstanding debts. Filing bankruptcy can protect your stimulus money, your home, and other important assets during these difficult times. COVID-19 has already placed some extraordinary financial hardships on people. Job loss and unemployment have reached record numbers in Wisconsin. Therefore, protecting your stimulus…

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Most people think “money owed is debt,” regardless of the debt type. But truth be told; there are different kinds of debt and they are not treated equally. The two main types to keep in mind are “unsecured debt” and “secured debt.” Credit card charges, payday loan cash advances, cell phone, utility or cable bills,…

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One must consider how to protect property when on the quest to become debt-free. This is why holding on to homes, vehicles and financial investments such as pensions, are top concerns to many Wisconsin folks.It is true that without maintaining some financial assets, nothing else could exist. The loss of a vehicle could make it…

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Timing of Filing Bankruptcy Matters When you file bankruptcy matters to the outcome of your case. Determining the best time to file bankruptcy is a big decision. One of the benefits of hiring a bankruptcy attorney, is that the bankruptcy attorneys can guide you towards the timing which will have the best outcome. Don’t let…

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What will I lose if I file bankruptcy? Will I lose my house, my jewelry, my car? What about the clothes on my back, are they safe? These are legitimate concerns, but the misconception is that a person will lose everything when they file for bankruptcy.  Property exemptions are designed to protect what you really…

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When You Have To Pay Back Social Security Overpayments Unless you receive money from the government yourself, such as social security benefits, you may not realize how often mistakes are made. In 2015, the Social Security’s inspector general reported disability overpayments totaling $16.8 billion over a 10-year period.  Many people are overpaid by the government.…

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Tax Payer Refunds at Tax Season Soon the holidays will be over and tax season will be staring us in the face.  The average tax refund in the United States is around $3,000, but not every tax payer will receive a refund.  Many people will procrastinate preparing taxes because they fear how much money they…

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Social Security Benefits Everyone would agree that a guaranteed monthly income is nice to have.  Social Security Income disability benefits are designed to assist people with their basic care and maintenance such as food, clothing, and shelter.By the age of 62, many people have paid into the system for over 40 years and are ready…

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Defining Bankruptcy Assets With the instability of our current economy, acquiring and protecting our assets should become a top priority.  But what are assets, exactly?  If you were asked to identify them, how would you respond?  The most common responses include home equity, retirement accounts or vehicles.   However, assets come in many forms, both physical…

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