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Avoiding Tax Refund Headaches in Utah Bankruptcy

If you’re thinking about filing for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy in Utah, a tax refund can be a big  help or big  headache.  As a Salt Lake, South Jordan and Tooele bankruptcy attorney, I spend a lot of time sitting in meetings where bankruptcy trustees ask bankruptcy debtors about their financial affairs.  And […]

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2010 Tax Refunds and Utah Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

During tax season, one of the issues that I discuss with all of my clients in my Salt Lake City bankruptcy practice is what to do with tax refunds. Under bankruptcy law, when a person files for bankruptcy, a bankruptcy estate is created, and income tax refunds that come from work done before filing the Utah […]

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Utah Bankruptcy Filings Up In 2010

According to the Salt Lake Tribune, 17,968 Utahns and Utah businesses filed for bankruptcy during 2010. The number represents a 24 percent increase compared to 2009. The Tribune article sees the increase as as a sign that “many of [Utah] residents continue to struggle with job losses and too much debt amid an uncertain economy,” […]

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