No "magic" answers here. CH7? did you re-affirm or just assume everything would be OK?? continually paying? well, why does the lender want to cut off their cash flow by repoing? OIC now, what does "i ended up on public assistance while waiting for disability to kick in" have to do with the question??? 9 payments left??? make them and the repo will be stopped.
statue of limitations for filing suit against bad faith disability payments
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You can receive both. I am not able to provide a more detailed answer because I do not know what state you work in and would be receiving disability benefit payments from. If you are eligible, you should file a claim with your state, and your group disability insurance carrier. The benefit payments that you receive through the state will be offset from the benefit payments that you receive through the group disability insurance carrier. When you file your disability claim through the group disability insurance carrier, make sure to tell them that you have filed for your state's disability benefit and what the claim's status is. This is of course assuming you are filing a claim; otherwise this is just FYI.
Social Security has a helpful webpage full of information about filing for disability, including links to applications. Website: http://www.ssa.gov/d&s1.htm
As long as you continue to pay your car note, PROBABLY not. Do not, fall behind on your payments though, ot it WILL be re-possessed.
All sources of income/assets have to be reported. Any disability award is exempted from creditors execution. Howevcr, disability, pension, SSI, SSD, income, etc. must be on the exemption schedule to insure there will not be any confusion on not being attached by the creditor(s).
Disability differs from state to state. Check with your local office for info on filing an appeal if you don't think the amount is correct.
Not if they are disabled or filing for disability.
No. As part of the Bradley Amendment (1986), child support payments won't be ended or reduced for any discretionary reason, including bankruptcy.
It is very hard to get an extension for tax filing. You will have to have a very good reason as to why you would like an extension on filing for tax payments.
You have to make whatever payments are required as determined by the BK analysis, which should be lower than trying to make all your normal payments.
It depends on what type of bankruptcy your are filing, if the home is your primary residence and not an investment property, how much you owe, and if you are behind on your payments. It also depends on the state you are filing in.Usually, your house, if it is a primary residence, many states will allow you to keep your house as an exemption.
You can get the answers at 4socialsecuritydisability.com. Their answer is that your disability benefits might be taxable IF you, or you and your spouse if filing jointly, have enough income to require paying taxes.
What payments? Chapter 7, 13, 11? Secured debt payments (mortgage, car loan, etc.) should be made after filing. Bills acquired after filing (telephone, electricity, cable, DSL, etc.), must be made. All others should not be paid, especially on a regular basis, or you may reinstate the debt.
You can't file for unemployment when you are on disability.
TurboTax Estimated Taxes is an online estimated income tax payment calculating and filing service. For taxpayers who file quarterly estimated payments, it provides payment calculators and allows e-filing of estimated tax payments. Automatic deadline reminders help users avoid late payments. The record of past payments can be automatically imported into TurboTax at tax-filing time, which saves the trouble of typing that history in manually.
I filed chap 13 Aug of 08 and they did include my VA disability as income.
You could file bankruptcy, but do you have any assets that a creditor could come after? Your disability payments are exempt from garnishment. The filing fee for a chapter 7 bankruptcy is $209 and the attorney's fees will be $500 at a bare minimum. Bankruptcy is very difficult to do all by yourself.
Yes, if the creditor first obtains relief from the automatic stay. This is accomplished by filing a motion and proving that you have not made payments on the vehicle.
The response time varies by the insurance carrier.If your are filing for pregnancy disability before your delivery, you will have to show why you are unable to work.If you are filing for maternity benefits the benefit payout is fixed at 8 weeks for c-section, and 8 weeks for vaginal delivery. These benefits are paid more quickly as the amounts are fixed, and it's simple to determine the reason for your disability.
No. They are counted as "estimated tax payments" which is line 63 on tax form 1040.
You report it to your local cider mill.Where do you think you report it!?!
yes you can. The liablity would fall under the agency you work for so when filing for disability you would use the temp agency not the actual company you are working for.
There's no maximum amount. If you can't make your payments you file bankruptcy.