There is life after bankruptcy! But don't forget, life after bankruptcy also includes taxes. Make sure you know what you need to watch for and know when and how to file.
Let's face it, filing taxes isn't always fun, and it only gets more complicated as you progress through life's stages: getting married, buying a house, having kids, etc. The more complex your tax forms become; the more mistakes made. When it comes to taxes, that's something you really don't want to do wrong.
By law, you should have received your W-2 tax forms from your employer no later than January 31st 2014. That means everyone should have their forms by now and be readying to file their taxes. As you sit down to plug in your tax information, or meet with your tax accountant to file, consider this: what are you going to do with that refund?