Debt can prove to be detrimental in many different ways and its effects are felt by a larger number of individuals than you can imagine. Household debt in the country totaled $14.64 trillion by early 2021. These included student loans, mortgages, auto...
The fight to regain financial stability following unusually big expenditures or devastating losses can exhaust even the most hardworking of us. Digging to get out of debts day in and day out can be emotionally and physically draining and despite your...
When contemplating whether or not you need to file for Bankruptcy relief, one of the first items we will need to analyze is your income. The way this analysis generally works is by completing the Means Test. The Means Test was created in 2005 and added...
The more common type of Bankruptcy that people are familiar with is a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. In a Chapter 7, you are telling the Court and your Creditors that you have no money leftover after you take care of your ongoing expenses to cover any debt...