nstalioraitis

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Will a bankruptcy come off automatically?

Nov 14, 2014
Youth early in debt, HELP
Helpful to 6 out of 10 people

Hey guys so I am 23 and in over my head. Not due to childish actions but just getting the short end of the stick at every turn. At the current moment I have a few dollars to my name. I was just hired full time at a generous pay for what i have been used to. My question is:

Should I file for bankruptcy? I have 1400$ in medical bills, 1000$ phone bill that, and then to top it off the military paid me active pay for too long and wants it back when I had no clue and used to to live off, and thats almost another 8000$, and of course my capital card thats at 750$ with no payments missed. So in total I am a little over 10,000, closer to 11,000$ in debt. My credit is knocked down to a 555.    

I want to utilize this job and the new income to turn things around. I need help guys and I dont know how to handle this on my own. I just want it to change.

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Copy of 2017 taxes

Jan 24, 2019
Looking for 2017 data
Helpful to 4 out of 4 people

I am almost certain I filed my 2017 return through CK. I was planning to do so again this year. The final step asks for my AGI for 2017 for irs verification. I cannot find my 2017 return data anywhere on CK. Any help? I tried back tracking my emails however I did a mass wipe in the middle of the year. Any help here? Does anyone have 2017 tax return data on CK?

Will a bankruptcy come off automatically?

Nov 14, 2014
Youth early in debt, HELP
Helpful to 6 out of 10 people

Hey guys so I am 23 and in over my head. Not due to childish actions but just getting the short end of the stick at every turn. At the current moment I have a few dollars to my name. I was just hired full time at a generous pay for what i have been used to. My question is:

Should I file for bankruptcy? I have 1400$ in medical bills, 1000$ phone bill that, and then to top it off the military paid me active pay for too long and wants it back when I had no clue and used to to live off, and thats almost another 8000$, and of course my capital card thats at 750$ with no payments missed. So in total I am a little over 10,000, closer to 11,000$ in debt. My credit is knocked down to a 555.    

I want to utilize this job and the new income to turn things around. I need help guys and I dont know how to handle this on my own. I just want it to change.