Many people in New Jersey were concerned about the outcome of filing their 2018 tax returns. According to CNBC, 30 million in America received a tax bill instead of a tax refund. Unfortunately, many people choose to ignore the bill, but there may be serious consequences for doing so. These may range from a ruined credit score to criminal prosecution.
When faced with massive debt, bankruptcy may be the best option to get your finances back on track. With chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must make payments as obligated by the court to ensure you remain in good standing. This entails creating a reasonable budget, which can be difficult for many people. In this case, U.S. News & World Report offers the following tips.
The actions taken by debt collectors in New Jersey may cause you embarrassment and countless sleepless nights. What is perhaps even more heartbreaking is that Forbes notes for consumers 62 and older, debt collection tops their complaints at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. When moving into retirement, the last thing anyone wants to be grappling with is debt collection and the threats that often follow.