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Ways to pay off holiday-related debt

The holiday season is just around the corner. Retail stores have started stocking their shelves with holiday gift items in hopes that consumer spending will be up this year. Many consumers are excited for the shopping season to kick off as well, but that may give rise to a problem: holiday-related debt. While many think of this time of year as a time to cut loose and relax one's hold on funds a little bit, it is also a great time to develop a plan to pay off credit card debt.

We stand by those facing financial challenges

Those Wisconsinites who are facing financial struggles should know that they are not alone. There are millions of individuals in our country who struggle to make ends meet, and they all hope for some sort of relief. Fortunately, there is good news. Those facing overwhelming financial challenges may be able to acquire more manageable payments and shed debt by filing for bankruptcy.

How can Chapter 7 bankruptcy affect tax debt?

Wisconsin residents who are facing overwhelming financial challenges may feel like they are being hit from all directions. In an attempt to pay off bills, they may have to forego necessities, take on another job or accumulate additional debt. Wages may even be garnished and income tax returns withheld. Fortunately, these individuals may be able to find relief and a fresh financial start by filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, there are several issues that must be addressed before that new beginning can be secured.

How do I qualify for Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

Residents of Wisconsin facing financial challenges may be desperately looking for relief. Overwhelming debt can leave you stressed out about your future, which in turn can negatively affect your daily life. Fortunately, debt relief can be found through the bankruptcy system. However, in order to take advantage of the relief offered by the law, you have to qualify.