If you are considering bankruptcy but are worried it may be hard to regain your financial footing, relax. For many people bankruptcy is the only way to free themselves from debt and move on to a less stressful financial future.
For many people managing their expenses are one of the most difficult challenges they will face. According to attorney James Miller of Miller and Miller Law, common advice is always "create a realistic budget to start", but what is realistic?
Here's a great article from Vickie Elmer of the New York Times.
Wisconsin families can learn a lot from the following article, by Nicholas Pell of Credit Sesame.
Milwaukee and most of southeastern Wisconsin is serious about rummage sales. And why not? They are a great way to save money when you are living on a budget. Learn more below by reading this great article from Cameron Huddleston of Kiplinger.
C. Lazarus from the Savings Experiment has a great article here on one way to manage your finances called the 50/20/30 budget. It's a great read and a great idea. After getting a fresh start through bankruptcy, many of our Wisconsin clients are able to build on that clean slate by savvy budgeting.