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Can An Illegal Immigrant File For Bankruptcy?

Jul 21, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

An illegal immigrant can file for bankruptcy in the United States. There is no reference to a citizenship requirement in the Bankruptcy Law. US Code §109 provides the requirements to be a “debtor.”

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Why File Chapter 7 Business Bankruptcy?

Jul 21, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

Corporations and LLC’s don’t get a discharge in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, so what’s the point of filing? Ensuring that business assets go to pay payroll, benefits, and taxes is a compelling reason.

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How to Save $1,000 Per Month

Jul 15, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

First, maybe your goal isn’t $1,000 per month. It might be $500 a month-and it might also be a higher number like $1500 per month. What you need to save depends on your financial circumstances (income, children, years to retirement, other financial needs, etc.). But let’s call your “number” $1,000 a month for purposes of…

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Will Bankruptcy Stop Annoying Phone Calls?

Jul 13, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

The minute you file bankruptcy, the Bankruptcy Court issues an order telling all of your creditors to leave you alone. No more phone calls. No more collection letters. No more lawsuits. No garnishments. No repossessions. No foreclosures. Nothing. No actions whatsoever against you or your assets. This order has a name. It is called the…

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Celebrities File Bankruptcy Too!

Jul 13, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

In the mid 80′s to early 90′s, a television show, “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” was broadcast in America with its host, Robin Leach, showing the everyday American how the rich and famous lived their lives, often on exotic vacations. Celebrities are often admired, imitated and fawned over in our society. But when you…

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Can You Pay Your Taxes By Credit Card Then File Bankruptcy?

Jul 13, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

Credit card debt is frequently discharged in bankruptcy. Taxes can be paid with a credit card. State and Federal governments accept and even encourage such payment. However, a credit card debt incurred to pay tax is probably not dischargeable. There are at least two important reasons why credit card convenience may result in non-dischargeable debt….

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