You hear it on the radio and TV ads. They tell you the credit card companies don’t want you to know that you have the “right” to settle your credit card debt, but what does that mean? Can you go to court and tell the judge you heard on the radio you have the right to pay half of what you legitimately owe and borrowed? They sure make it sound like they are letting you in on some secret that it is some legal(or otherwise) right to settle debt for less than what you owe. You Do Have the Right
BSI Now Has a Spanish Language Web Presence BSI is pleased to announce that CRS has graciously donated to us the use of their two Spanish language Consolidacion de Deudas websites. The two websites pertain to credit counseling and debt relief services. http://consolidaciondedeudas.com/ http://consolidaciondedeudas.org/ Now there is an area that consumers can view details on these types of programs and can contact BSI directly for more information. Available during office hours are Certified credit counselors. They are more than happy to assist those who prefer to correspond in Spanish. Debt relief options can be discussed and as such, whether
Markets made huge gains today in anticipation of Britain’s Brexit vote. Wall Street is betting UK will vote to stay, punctuating a huge rally at closing. The DOW was up over 230, following Monday’s huge gain trend. S&P and NASDAQ showing strong weeks as well. The question now is what will tomorrow bring?
The Associated Press is reporting today that changes made in Vermont’s tax code since last year may not be recognized by TurboTax and other popular tax preparation software, resulting in many to have underpaid their taxes for 2015. TurboTax has indicated any associated errors were addressed by April1st, however, users before that date or who may have used another brand software may run into issues, which vary with each publisher. It appears not capping deductions properly has been a major source of issue. Worse part is, Vermont may not be able to notify taxpayers of the shortage until December, yet