This is a must-read USA Today article. Contact The Law Offices of Mayer and Newton today to have your bankruptcy questions answered. Only a fraction of those in need file for bankruptcy, By Christine Dugas, USA TODAY Bankruptcy filings are nearing the record 2 million of 2005, when a new law took effect that was […]
It is sad how, in the country’s economic state, some people can still think of taking advantage of those who are on the verge of losing their homes. State and federal laws included a loophole that attorneys are now using to milk some cash from homeowners who are struggling to keep their homes. When the […]
From DSNews.com: Bank Repossessions Hit Record High in August: RealtyTrac By: Carrie Bay The number of homes taken back by lenders hit a new record high last month, according to RealtyTrac. Lenders foreclosed on 95,364 U.S. properties in August, about 2 percent higher than the previous peak of 93,777 recorded by the company in May […]
Great information from Suze Orman: How Tax Reform Makes Saving For College Easier For parents and grandparents who are saving or currently paying for children’s educational expenses (either college or, as of 2002, secondary or primary school educational expenses), there are new and quite beneficial privileges for you in the bill as well. As of […]
If you’re unsure about this issue, check out this helpful video from partner Richard Mayer.
Mark your calendars! The Consumer Credit Counseling Service of East Tennessee will be hosting the 2010 Dine on a Dime on November 9, from 5:30-8pm at the Knoxville Museum of Art. Living on a budget doesn’t mean you have to give up great dining!
In determining your “Ideal Back to School Budget,” you must next understand the difference between Want and Need. That sounds self-explanatory until you’re walking down the aisle and you see a “great deal.” However, the truth is it’s not a “great deal” if you can’t afford it. And if it’s not in your budget, you […]