Filed Your Tax Return? Refunds Can Pay Costs Of Bankruptcy

If you have gotten your 2011 tax returns filed today, many of you have realized that lower income in 2011 might mean a higher tax refund as well.  The average refund is around $3,000 for 2011, which generally speaking would more than pay the costs of a Chapter 7 filing.  If this refund money funded a bankruptcy case (instead of going toward a minimum payments or lump sum settlement to pay just one debt), you and your family could become completely debt free.

More and more people near Asheville NC are using refunds to file a Chapter 7 case, and completely rid themselves of debt.  Each individual case is unique but planning wisely for your family is critical if you are struggling financially.  It doesn’t cost a dime to learn your rights in a free bankruptcy consultation.  For those of you in Western North Carolina, I would be pleased to speak with you about your best options.

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