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Bankruptcy and the Eviction Moratorium

Bankruptcy and the Eviction Moratorium

The CDC’s recent eviction moratorium order stopping all U.S. residential evictions gives you a new tool to use with some wise bankruptcy planning.  ...
New Federal Eviction Moratorium

New Federal Eviction Moratorium

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just asserted its COVID-fighting power to stop most residential evictions through 2020. ...
The Effects of an Income Tax Lien

The Effects of an Income Tax Lien

Try to file bankruptcy before an income tax lien gets recorded. But if you can't, here are the effects of a tax lien under Chapter 7 and 13. ...
States’ Reactions to the President’s Unemployment Benefits Extension

States’ Reactions to the President’s Unemployment Benefits Extension

How are states responding to Trump's Memorandum providing $400 (or maybe $300?) weekly extended unemployment benefits? It varies widely. ...
The President’s $400 Weekly Unemployment Benefits Extension

The President’s $400 Weekly Unemployment Benefits Extension

The President's Memorandum Providing $400 Weekly Unemployment Benefits from August to December Is Complicated. ...
Avoiding Income Tax Interest and Penalties

Avoiding Income Tax Interest and Penalties

Bankruptcy timing can affect not only whether you must pay a tax debt but also whether you must pay certain tax interest and penalties. ...
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