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    Learn what happens when an individual or an organization files for bankruptcy.
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    Here are some tips to help single parents raise their kids on a more comfortable budget.
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    Bankruptcy is not the end of the world. You can survive it and come out on the other side more financially solid.
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    Get an upper hand on debt collectors by knowing your rights and using these tips.
  7. Taxing Times For Divorced Parents

    Find out how to deal with the tax issues that arise for divorced parents with dependent children.
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  12. 5 Myths About Personal Bankruptcy

    There are some persistent myths that hover over the process of bankruptcy that are either half-truths or completely false.
  13. How To Survive A Bankruptcy Filing

    Learn how to make filing for bankruptcy less painful so you can successfully rebuild your financial life.
  14. Debt Collector

    A company or agency that is in the business of recovering money that is owed on delinquent accounts. Many debt collectors ...
  15. Tax Avoidance Vs. Tax Evasion

    Evading taxes is illegal, but avoiding paying unnecessary tax is one of the keys to building wealth.
  16. The Ultimate Tax-Time Checklist

    Find out what information you need to pull together before filling out your return.
  17. Ability To Repay

    An individual's financial capacity to make good on a debt. Specifically, the phrase "ability to repay" was used in the 2 ...
  18. The Fundamentals Of Spousal Support Taxation

    The spousal support that is paid out after a divorce can have varying tax implications. We'll look at what you need to know ...
  19. 529 Savings Plan

    A tax-advantaged method of saving for future college expenses that is authorized by Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code. ...
  20. Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention And Consumer Protection Act - BAPCPA

    Legislation enacted by President George W. Bush in 2005 that revised the bankruptcy code for cases filed on or after October ...
  21. Working Capital

    Working capital is one of the basic metrics used to evaluate a company's financial health. Find out what it can tell you ...
  22. IRS Form 8379: Form 8379: Injured Spouse Allocation

    A tax form distributed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and used by an injured spouse on a joint tax return when seeking ...
  23. Form 2106-EZ: Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses

    A tax form distributed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and used by employees deducting ordinary and necessary expenses ...
  24. IRS Publication 1244: Employee's Daily Record of Tips and Report to Employer

    A document published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that details how employees are to keep track of and report income ...
  25. Form 2106: Employee Business Expenses

    A tax form distributed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and used by taxpayers seeking to deduct expenses incurred while ...
  26. Student Debt: Is Bankruptcy The Answer?

    Student loans can be a huge financial burden, but bankruptcy won't necessarily save you from paying.
  27. Form 4070: Employee's Report Of Tips To Employer

    A tax form distributed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and used by employees who are compensated by tips to report ...
  28. Form 4070A: Employee's Daily Record of Tips

    A tax form distributed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and used by employees to keep track of the tips they receive ...
  29. Form 5405: First-Time Homebuyer Credit And Repayment Of The Credit

    A tax form distributed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and used by first-time homeowners or long-time residents of ...
  30. IRS Publication 970

    A document published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that provides information on tax benefits available to students ...
  31. IRS Publication 531

    A document published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that details how employees who have received tips as part of their ...
  32. 7 Decisions That Lead To Bankruptcy In The UK

    In the past three years, personal bankruptcies have been on the rise throughout the U.K. Here's how it happens.
  33. Top 5 Reasons Why People Go Bankrupt

    Bankruptcy can be a result of overspending or bad planning, but sometimes, it's no one's fault. Find out how you can avoid ...
  34. Tax Avoidance Or Illegal Evasion?

    Find out how to avoid the most common tax filing mistakes and audit triggers, so you can deduct with a clear conscience. ...
  35. What To Bring To The Tax Man

    Forgetting these forms can cost you your refund.
  36. 3 Common Tax Questions Answered

    We clarify some rules that often puzzle taxpayers.
  37. The 10 Most Common Tax-Filing Mistakes

    Be sure to double check your federal income tax return for these common mistakes that could cost you time and money.
  38. New Baby, New Tax Break

    Delivering a new baby also delivers a $1,000 child tax credit - and that's just the start!
  39. Newly Divorced? How To File Your Taxes

    Divorce is a rough transition. Make the tax changes as easy as possible with these tips.
  40. Reaffirmation

    An agreement made between a debtor and a creditor to repay some or all of a debt. Reaffirmations are made on a purely voluntary ...
  41. Will jointly filing taxes have the effect of joining a couple's credit?

    The only thing that "joins" the credit of a married couple is the ownership of joint accounts. In other words, if there is ...
  42. Bankruptcy Filing Changes That Could Affect You

    When the economy is down, more people file for bankruptcy. Make sure you know about the changes that have been made to this ...
  43. A 529 Plan Fit For An Ivy League Education

    The Independent 529 plan offers a unique investment for those wanting to send their kids to the best colleges in the U.S. ...
  44. Should You File For Bankruptcy?

    Find out how to determine whether this option will help or hurt your financial situation.
  45. What is the history behind today's bankruptcy laws?

    Julius Caesar was emperor of Rome for a scant five months, but in that short time he changed the course of financial history. ...
  46. 9 Ways To Use A Tax Refund

    How do you plan to spend your refund this year? We provide some smart suggestions.
  47. When am I considered "married" for tax purposes?

    You are generally considered married for tax purposes as long as you were married as of the last day of the year, regardless ...
  48. Can I contribute to both a 529 plan and a Coverdell education savings account?

    You can contribute to both, and when your child is ready to attend college, as colleges do accept payments from both. There ...
  49. I will be receiving monies from a QDRO executed pursuant to my divorce. I would like to take a portion of the money as a distribution to pay for a new home. What are the tax implications of doing this?

    There are several issues to consider: The early distribution penalty - Assets distributed from a qualified plan in accordance ...
  50. As a temporary resident of the US, can I withdraw funds from my Traditional IRA without penalty when I leave the country?

    Should you decide to invest in a Traditional IRA and receive a tax deduction for your contribution, the amounts that you ...
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