6 Mistakes That Will Make It More Difficult To Repair Your Credit After Bankruptcy
9 March 2017
Bankruptcy isn't the end of the world. Eventually, your credit can be repaired and your financial health can be better than it ever was before. However, reestablishing credit after bankruptcy takes time and effort.
Unfortunately, many consumers make the incorrect assumption that they will never be creditworthy again and don't even try to repair their credit. Any consumer who has declared bankruptcy should be aware that a Chapter 7 bankruptcy only stays on a credit report for 10 years and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy only stays on a credit report for 7 years.
Claiming Social Security Disability: What People With Parkinson's Disease Need To Know
22 December 2015
Experts believe that around 500,000 people in the United States suffer with Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's is a progressive disease with no cure, which means people with the condition must cope with increasingly severe symptoms. People with Parkinson's are often eligible for social security disability, but making a claim isn't as easy as you might expect. Learn why here.
How Parkinson's affects your body
Parkinson's disease is a neurological disease that can lead a to a variety of physical and psychological symptoms.
3 Key Differences Between Chapter 7 Bankruptcy And Chapter 13
10 December 2015
One benefit you receive by hiring a lawyer to help you file bankruptcy is his or her advice about which chapter to file. The two main options you have are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, but there are some key differences in these options. While one of these options might be better for one person, the other option might be better for you. By understanding these three differences, you may have a better understanding of how each type works, and this may help you know which option is better for you.
5 Myths You Should Know About Tax Audits
19 November 2015
The thought of a tax audit alone is enough to scare people. However, tax audits are not nearly as bad as they are portrayed. In most cases, they are the result of small mistakes and only require you to fix those small mistakes. If you are afraid of tax audits, check out these five myths and learn the truth.
Myth #1: Audits Are a Big, Scary Ordeal
Unless you've been embezzling money for years, a tax audit isn't a big.