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Assistance navigating the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process

Finances are not easy to manage. Sometimes, the harsh realities of life throw curve balls that can send your financial wellbeing into a spiral. In these stressful situations, it can seem like nothing will help to bring you above water once again. There are, however, methods of dealing with massive debt and financial concerns that can help get you back on your feet. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is one such option.

Kentucky business bankruptcy and taxes

The old line "Nothing is certain but death and taxes," is often attributed to Benjamin Franklin. Whoever said it, it probably rings true to many Kentucky business owners. Unfortunately, for many of them, they didn't expect that the two might be related when it comes to their businesses. Especially for small business ventures, the complexity of the tax code can lead to issues when the business files taxes, creating a situation in which the business ends up with a large amount of tax liability.

Don't navigate the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process alone

Slipping further and further into debt is an awful and stressful feeling. What may being as a few simple bills can quickly spiral out of control, leading to every waking moment being consumed by the pressure and desire to escape the financial burden you've found yourself in. Instead of living in this financial pressure chamber for too long, however, there are options of erasing debt such as Chapter 7 bankruptcy. It's important to understand what this process entails before starting down the path.

People of all ages are deeply in debt due to medical bills

The medical bills associated with many health issues can be astronomical. If you are receiving treatment for multiple health problems or a serious illness, are recovering from major surgery or require ongoing physical therapy due to a disability, you know how the bills can pile up.

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