When Things Don’t Go According to the Plan

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Claims in Chapter 13 Revisited: What's a creditor to do? What's a debtor (or trustee) to watch for? Part 2 of 2

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Critical Case Comment

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Claims in Chapter 13 Revisited: What's a creditor to do? What's a debtor (or trustee) to watch for? Part 1 of 2

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Proofs of Claim, Res Judicata, And A Good Night’s Sleep

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Breaking Down the Flaws in the Arguments Against Interest to Unsecured Creditors Under § 1325(b)

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Income Driven Repayment Plans in Chapter 13

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What to Do When an IRS Letter Arrives in the Mail

The IRS mails millions of pieces of correspondence every year to taxpayers for a variety of reasons.

Below are some suggestions on how to best handle a letter or notice from the IRS:

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From the Editor – Standing

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From the Editor – Co-Debtor Stay

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