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Helpful suggestions for reducing your debt

You have recently made some new financial goals and have decided that in order to accomplish them, you need to be doing things to reduce the amount of debt you owe to creditors. Managing debt and creating a realistic method for paying it off is an excellent way to revitalize your financial future and give yourself a head start at financial security. At Debra Booher & Associates CO., LPA, we have helped many individuals in Ohio to explore their options for reducing the amount of money they owe. 

Will a mortgage modification allow you to keep your home?

One of the reasons many people in Ohio feel good about filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is that they get to keep their homes. However, if you are already considerably behind on the mortgage, and the payments are large, it may be difficult to catch up while continuing to make the regular monthly payment. According to SFGate.com, it may be possible to modify the mortgage during the bankruptcy.

Watch for these signs of a debt relief scam

Even when struggling with overwhelming debt, some people in Ohio may be hesitant to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy until they have exhausted all other options. In doing some research, they may have come across many websites that seem to have viable solutions. However, these could be scams.

When to file for bankruptcy as a small business owner

As a small business owner, you are often the designer, the salesperson, the accountant, the marketer, and the customer service specialist. With all these different hats, it is no wonder many small business owners get burned out. Burnout can lead to neglecting your business, and that can affect your bottom line. According to Business Insider, 20 percent of small businesses fail within the first year and 50 percent fail by year five.

Income that cannot be touched in your bankruptcy

At Debra Booher & Associates Co., LPA, in Ohio, we understand that sometimes people want to file for an Ohio bankruptcy, but they worry that the trustee will use certain sources of income beyond their earnings to pay creditors, leaving them without adequate support. Fortunately, Ohio has set up many exemptions that protect certain benefits you may be receiving.

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