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Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Under the CARES Act

Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Under the CARES Act

The greatly enhanced unemployment benefits mean much more money each week, for longer, for many more kinds of workers, and for many others. ...
$1,200 under the CARES Act

$1,200 under the CARES Act

The huge emergency coronavirus law will provide, "as rapidly as possible," over 80 percent of American adults with money, many getting $1,200. ...
Independent Contractor Commissions

Independent Contractor Commissions

If you owe sales commissions to an independent contractor when you file bankruptcy, it may be a priority debt. Here's what determines this. ...
Wages Owed to an Employee

Wages Owed to an Employee

If you owe employee wages when you file bankruptcy, that debt may or not be a priority. Here’s what determines this and why it matters. ...
A Chapter 13 Plan to Catch up on Past-Due Support

A Chapter 13 Plan to Catch up on Past-Due Support

Here's an example of a Chapter 13 payment plan to pay past-due child and/or spousal support, showing how you can catch up safely and sanely. ...
Catching up on Support through Chapter 13

Catching up on Support through Chapter 13

Chapter 13 gives you a powerful, reasonable, flexible, and even calm procedure for catching up on your past-due child or spousal support. ...
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