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Did Your Christmas Spending Leave You Facing Bankruptcy?

Last month we offered some tips to help your wallet survive Christmas. But now that the holidays are over, the credit card bills will start rolling in and the financial reality will begin.
Here’s a little Christmas Credit Quiz to see how you fared:
1) The average person spends $1,200 during the holidays on gifts, food and decorations. How did you do?Last month we offered some tips to help your wallet survive Christmas. But now that the holidays are over, the credit card bills will start rolling in and the financial reality will begin.
Here’s a little Christmas Credit Quiz to see how you fared:
1) The average person spends $1,200 during the holidays on gifts, food and decorations. How did you do?

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Is it possible to get a mortgage after bankruptcy?

Getting mortgages after bankruptcy is possible, but the system is set up with several caveats that will prevent you from getting one immediately after unless you have a particularly extreme case. Overall Waiting Period In most cases, you can expect a waiting period of two years before you will be eligible for a Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage after Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, though extenuating circumstances can reduce this to as little as one year. Obtaining a standard mortgage will take even longer than an FHA mortgage – four years from the point of the bankruptcy. Both depend heavily on the

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Prevent bankruptcy – Spending wisely can result in an abundance of wealth

Leaving credit cards at home can help to avoid impulse purchases that lead to high levels of debt. By only using cash, checks or debit cards, shoppers eliminate the risk of going into debt and ending up with a financial hangover.Leaving credit cards at home can help to avoid impulse purchases that lead to high levels of debt. By only using cash, checks or debit cards, shoppers eliminate the risk of going into debt and ending up with a financial hangover.

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Filing Your Income Taxes After Bankruptcy

For most of us, filing our taxes is a stressful process. But for those who filed bankruptcy in the past year, they may be confused about the affect it had on their taxes and how it changes the way they file their taxes. Which forms do you file and who files your taxes for you?For most of us, filing our taxes is a stressful process. But for those who filed bankruptcy in the past year, they may be confused about the affect it had on their taxes and how it changes the way they file their taxes. Which forms do you file and who files your taxes for you?

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September News Letter

Unless Congress grants an extension, a law created in 2007 to help troubled homeowners expires at the end of this year, homeowners will be unable to avoid paying taxes on forgiven debt for their primary residences. Some sellers will face daunting tax bills once the law expires. Unless Congress grants an extension, a law created in 2007 to help troubled homeowners expires at the end of this year, homeowners will be unable to avoid paying taxes on forgiven debt for their primary residences. Some sellers will face daunting tax bills once the law expires.

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