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State of Florida Disaster Loan for Small Businesses

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With the new global pandemic of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) spreading throughout the world, the impact is felt both personally and professionally by many people. With the number of infected persons continuing to climb, most local and state governments have issued shelter-in-place ordinances requesting that people stay at home in order to stay safe. While… Read More »

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SBA Loans During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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If you are a small business owner during this time of a COVID-19 global pandemic, you may fear not only for your physical health, but also for the financial health of your business. Many states and local governments are now requiring their residents to shelter-in-place at stay at home except for essential reasons. As… Read More »

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Bankruptcy Court Filing Fees

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The last thing you need to worry about if you are considering bankruptcy are even more debts. However, in order to file for bankruptcy, you will need to pay certain fees to the bankruptcy court to process your case. Below, we will help you learn about these fees and how an experienced bankruptcy attorney… Read More »

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Income Taxes and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

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An income tax Chapter 11 bankruptcy will allow a business to pay the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) the amount they can financially afford, possibly avoid some or all penalties, and stop interest from accruing on payments owed. If you owe the IRS taxes, the penalties and interest can accumulate rapidly making it nearly impossible… Read More »

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Paying Employee Debt With a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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If you are an employer and considering filing a Chapter 11, you should know that you have the right to pay prior employees or independent contractors their wages even if you file for bankruptcy. The debt of wages can be considered “priority” debts in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy if an employer ensures that they… Read More »

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Florida Wage Garnishment Laws

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A wage garnishment is a legal order from the court in favor of your creditor, which is sent to your employer.  If your employer receives this order from the court, they must give a portion of your wages directly to the creditor that you owe, prior to giving you the remaining amount of your… Read More »

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Payday Loans and Bankruptcy

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Payday loans can seem like an attractive option if you are struggling financially to make ends meet. However, getting quick money now can lead to substantial financial challenges later on, including being charged with possible fraud if you make the decision to file for bankruptcy. Understanding Payday Loans Payday loans are usually a service… Read More »

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Millennials and Bankruptcy

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There seems to be a distinct division in our society between “millennials” and other age groups as it relates to social media, employment and now even when it comes to bankruptcy. With student loan debt now exceeding $1.4 trillion in 2019, many students find themselves unable to pay their student loan debts after graduation…. Read More »

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Understanding Common Bankruptcy Terms

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If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you may feel overwhelmed at all of the terminology used as you begin to research whether or not this process would be right for you financially. Understanding common bankruptcy terms can help you understand how the bankruptcy process may benefit you. The following are some common terms… Read More »

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Bankruptcy and Your Utilities

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If you are considering bankruptcy, you likely are facing mountains of debt and expenses. You may be worried about the repossession of your car or that your home may go into foreclosure. While you are worried about those events that may be weeks or months away, a more pressing issue may be your utilities…. Read More »

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