3 Things You Must Remember As A Small-Business Owner Filing For Bankruptcy

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The current economic climate is extremely tough for small-business owners, and many companies are being eaten up by ever-increasing interest rates and tough competition on the marketplace. If you are the owner of a small business that is struggling, you may have to file for bankruptcy to clear your debts and get a fresh start. Many people don’t fully understand bankruptcy, so to help you with this, below are three things to remember if you are considering filing for bankruptcy:…

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Two Reasons Why You May Be Denied A Bankruptcy Discharge

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The entire purpose of going through the arduous process of filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy is to get relief from your debts by having the court discharge them. However, things don’t always go as planned, and the court may dismiss your case rather than grant you a discharge. Here are two reasons why this may happen and what you can do to avoid it. Attempted Fraud or Misrepresentation Possibly the most common reason people have their bankruptcy discharges denied is because of fraud or misrepresentation.…

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What to Do When Social Security Says You Owe Them Money

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Like any other person, business, or agency in the world, the Social Security Administration (SSA) makes mistakes. Possibly one of the most common is accidentally paying a person more money than the individual is entitled to. Whether or not you knew you were being overpaid, the SSA will attempt to get that money back from you. Here are your options for handling SSA overpayment debt. File a Request to Reconsider…

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