Here's a great article from the Bankruptcy Law Network that explains options people have when dealing with mortgage troubles. If you live in Wisconsin and are looking for ways to save your home call Miller and Miller today! With offices in Milwaukee, and Kenosha we are only a short drive away!
Wisconsin families can learn a lot from the following article, by Nicholas Pell of Credit Sesame.
Meeting with clients from Racine to Saukville to Waukesha, we find that very often people struggle to understand their credit reports.
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.
These days, everyone could use a little extra money. If that rings true, check out this video with Farnoosh Torabi on how to earn up to $1000 monthly.
While overall bankruptcy filings are down when compared to recent years. The article below, from the New York Times, certainly rings true for people living in the Milwaukee, Racine, Waukesha corridor and throughout Wisconsin. Call Miller and Miller today if you need help getting a fresh start!
Over at the MintLife Blog they recently had a great article on overpriced children's items. After getting a fresh start through bankruptcy it is important to look for ways to keep costs down so that you are able to build a strong financial future. We all want to give the world to our children, but if you can do that while saving a buck it's even better.
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.
Misconceptions About Bankruptcy Could Be Keeping Away Those Who Need Help
Thousands of Milwaukee residents file for bankruptcy each year. A good number believe they can't afford a lawyer but are intimidated by the idea of trying find their way through a legal system they don't understand.