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Life After Bankruptcy

If you are currently struggling paying your bills, you could be a good candidate for bankruptcy. However, how can you tell whether you are a good candidate or not? If you can answer yes to some of the following questions, chances are bankruptcy could be a good alternative for you.If you are currently struggling paying your bills, you could be a good candidate for bankruptcy. However, how can you tell whether you are a good candidate or not? If you can answer yes to some of the following questions, chances are bankruptcy could be a good alternative for you.

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Only 26% claim mortgage deduction

The use of the deduction varies from region to region, ranging from a high of 37% of taxpayers in Maryland to a low of 15% in North Dakota and West Virginia, according to a USA Today analysis of IRS data.The use of the deduction varies from region to region, ranging from a high of 37% of taxpayers in Maryland to a low of 15% in North Dakota and West Virginia, according to a USA Today analysis of IRS data.

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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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Can You Pay Your Taxes With a Credit Card Then File Bankruptcy?

You’ve been dreading it, procrastinating, and we’re all thankful that we’ve been given one extra day to file our taxes because April 15th falls on a Sunday. But now you’re in a panic to figure out how to pay your taxes. You may even be tempted to pay them with a credit card. The IRS does accept credit card payments for your taxes; however you will have to pay a 2% “convenience fee” to do so.You’ve been dreading it, procrastinating, and we’re all thankful that we’ve been given one extra day to file our taxes because April 15th falls on a Sunday. But now you’re in a panic to figure out how to pay your taxes. You may even be tempted to pay them with a credit card. The IRS does accept credit card payments for your taxes; however you will have to pay a 2% “convenience fee” to do so.

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