Transitioning From Employee To Contractor? How Can You Avoid A Tax Hit?

13 October 2015
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If you've recently made the decision to step out of the employment rat race to work as an independent contractor, you may be eagerly anticipating your newfound flexibility and freedom. However, this freedom to set your own schedule, hours, and workload can sometimes come at a financial cost -- often in the form of increased payroll and Social Security taxes. Read on to learn more about the additional types of taxes you'll pay as a contractor, as well as some ways to put more of this tax money back into your pocket. Read More 

3 Ways To Determine If Bankruptcy Is Right For You

1 October 2015
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When times get tough for you financially, and you cannot see light at the end of the tunnel, you may know that it is time to take action. The big question is how? Bankruptcy is one of the options you could choose from, but it can be hard to know if this is the right choice. Here are three important questions to ask yourself before you make the decision to solve your financial problems by filing bankruptcy. Read More 

Own A Farm? Should You File Chapter 12 Or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

24 September 2015
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Do you own a farm and find yourself in financial difficulties? You may be considering bankruptcy. As the owner of a farm, you have options in a bankruptcy that aren't available to other debtors. If you make your primary living with your farm, you can file a Chapter 12 bankruptcy. But,should you? Would a traditional Chapter 13 work better for you? Your bankruptcy attorney, someone like Morrison & Murff, can help you navigate the choices, but you'll be ahead of the game if you go to your first appointment armed with knowledge. Read More