The time to pay tax is going to come soon. By January 31st, the employees need to get W2s from their employers, so that their federal income taxes can be filed. According to the Bank rate website, 30% of the people getting tax returns decide to use it to repay debt, and some of it to fund bankruptcies.
It is beneficial to file for bankruptcy immediately after receiving the tax return because you get an opportunity to use your return on necessary and reasonable things instead of handing it over to your bankruptcy trustee. For instance, if a debtor was planning to file for bankruptcy in July, he or she would already earn half of the tax return for that year, which would then be asked for by the trustee. Thus, in order to spend your money well and protect it at the same time, it is better to spend it on necessary and reasonable things and then filing for bankruptcy.
While it is advisable to file for bankruptcy before holidays, the fees of an attorney does count as an important and reasonable expenditure, allowed just before filing bankruptcy. Many debtors find it difficult to arrange money to pay their bankruptcy attorney’s fees. However, a tax return solves that problem.
It is important not to spend the money on luxuries, which leads to bankruptcy. It is advisable to hire expert help to understand and plan out the bankruptcy prior to obtaining a tax return. You can contact the Recovery Law Group, best in Los Angeles & Dallas, TX, at www.recoverylawgroup.com or on 888-297-6203.