Bankruptcy, Finance, & Debt Relief Blog

April 19, 2018

Tracy explains what you should do if you are expecting a large tax refund before filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.

April 12, 2018

Tracy Brown answers your most common St. Louis Bankruptcy and Tax questions. Today, Tracy explains the difference between a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy

December 27, 2017

#1 - UNDER WITHHOLDING This means you did not have enough money taken out of your check this year to cover the taxes that will be due. 🙁Sadly…you will owe. 🙁 🙂Don’t worry...we can get you back on track.🙂 Top Reasons why you might “under withhold” and how it was d...

October 24, 2017

Free Your Future from Your Past!!

Do you want to relax? 

At the Law Office of Tracy A. Brown, we offer a free  consultation to review your options for filing bankruptcy in St. Louis.  After your consultation, you can retain us as counsel to prepare and file your bankrupt...

September 25, 2017

The bottom line is Missouri will garnish your paycheck and take most of your money unless you prove that they are wrong.

September 22, 2017

"Oh No!!! I got a letter from the IRS." - You say, opening your mail as you are greeted by a formal letter from the Internal Revenue Service

July 26, 2017

My office is conveniently located across from the St. Louis Galleria Mall in Richmond Heights. Located right off Brentwood Boulevard, we're right next to the Richmond Heights Metro station.

July 25, 2017

Even though the new Bankruptcy Law passed over 10 years ago (in 2005), misinformation is still everywhere! Here are a few of the most commonly repeated statements that are just plain wrong. 

I, Tracy A. Brown (“TAB”) want you to be armed with the TRUTH!

Myth #1    It’s a...

July 18, 2017

Lawsuits – (Filed or About to be Filed)
▪ You can’t stop them, but Bankruptcy can!

Always go to your Court hearings.

Ask for a continuance.  The Judge does not have to allow a continuance, but you should try and delay any Judgment against you until you can get your cas...

July 12, 2017

How Can I Afford to Pay for A Good Attorney?

Pay your bills in a way that benefits YOU and not your creditors.

When you file Bankruptcy, you are saying that you no longer plan to make payments to the unsecured creditors listed in your case. So when do you stop paying?

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