This time of year can mean a hefty tax refund. Refunds which are often ear-marked for vacation, the newest flat-screen TV, or a down-payment on a new car.
But what you if could use that refund and use it to wipe out your debt?
If you’ve been considering bankruptcy, now could be the perfect opportunity to file.
It’s your money. Let it work for you.
If you’re thinking of filing bankruptcy, you’ll want to spend your tax refund before you file. If you don’t, you may have to turn your tax refund over to the bankruptcy trustee. Your tax refund would then be divvied-up among your creditors with a good chunk of it going to the trustee’s expenses. Who wants that?
Instead, you are allowed to use your tax refund on necessities, medical expenses, and for bankruptcy fees. All without repercussion.
Think about it. At what other point in the year would you have the opportunity to act without hesitation? To take a small portion of your income and wipe out a mountain of credit card debt and medical bills? To finally be able to breathe again?
Bankruptcy offers the opportunity to a fresh start. If you’re ready to take the next step and get back to the life you want to live, contact me for a free consultation. Telephone (317) 695-1008 or email [email protected].
About Matthew Cree
Matthew Cree is an attorney and counselor at law focusing on bankruptcy and collection defense in Greenwood, Indiana. His philosophy is to be there with his client every step of the way and to make bankruptcy as stress-free as possible.