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The Financial Crisis Analyzer

Created by

Ken Gross

Host of the Financial Crisis Talk Center and Author of DUMP YOUR DEBT

Copyright 2012

FCTC TERMS OF USE

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AS USED IN THE TERMS OF USE FCTC MEANS THE FINANCIAL CRISIS TALK CENTER.COM, FCTALKCENTER.COM, THAVGROSS.COM AND THE LAW FIRM, THAV GROSS, PC.

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We collect the personally identifiable information that you submit on FCTC member registration and user profile forms, if any, and optional information you fill out in connection with the Financial Crisis Analyzer or any other program offerings on the site, as they may become available. Generally, the information FCTC collects helps us to communicate with you regarding possible financial crisis recommendations we may make based upon your situation. We will not share, rent or sell your personally-identifiable information with any entity, subject to the provisions below. We may share your information with our vendors in connection with system maintenance and other services that these individuals or entities perform in connection with financial crisis services. In some cases, we may run a joint marketing effort with third parties.

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Last Updated January 2014

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  1. To the extent possible, based on the information provided by you, advise you of the available options as to bankruptcy.
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Disclosure Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. 527(b)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT BANKRUPTCY ASSISTANCE SERVICES FROM AN ATTORNEY OR BANKRUPTCY PETITION PREPARER.

If you decide to seek bankruptcy relief, you can represent yourself, you can hire an attorney to represent you, or you can get help in some localities from a bankruptcy petition preparer who is not an attorney. THE LAW REQUIRES AN ATTORNEY OR BANKRUPTCY PETITION PREPARER TO GIVE YOU A WRITTEN CONTRACT SPECIFYING WHAT THE ATTORNEY OR BANKRUPTCY PETITION PREPARER WILL DO FOR YOU AND HOW MUCH IT WILL COST. Ask to see the contract before you hire anyone.
The following information helps you understand what must be done in a routine bankruptcy case to help you evaluate how much service you need. Although bankruptcy can be complex, many cases are routine.

Before filing a bankruptcy case, either you or your attorney should analyze your eligibility for different forms of debt relief available under the Bankruptcy Code and which form of relief is most likely to be beneficial for you. Be sure you understand the relief you can obtain and its limitations. To file a bankruptcy case, documents called a Petition, Schedules and Statement of Financial Affairs, as well as in some cases a Statement of Intention need to be prepared correctly and filed with the bankruptcy court. You will have to pay a filing fee to the bankruptcy court. Once your case starts, you will have to attend the required first meeting of the creditors where you may be questioned by a court official called a 'trustee' and by creditors.

If you choose to file a chapter 7 case, you may be asked by a creditor to reaffirm a debt. You may want help deciding whether to do so. A creditor is not permitted to coerce you into reaffirming your debts.

If you choose to file a chapter 13 case in which you repay your creditors what you can afford over 3 to 5 years, you may also want help with preparing your chapter 13 plan and with the confirmation hearing on your plan which will be before a bankruptcy judge.
If you select another type of relief under the Bankruptcy Code other than chapter 7 or chapter 13, you will want to find out what should be done from someone familiar with that type of relief.

Your bankruptcy case may also involve litigation. You are generally permitted to represent yourself in litigation in bankruptcy court, but only attorneys, not bankruptcy petition preparers, can give you legal advice.

Disclosure Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. 527(a)(2)

You are notified:

  1. All information that you are required to provide with a petition and thereafter during a case under the Bankruptcy Code is required to be complete, accurate, and truthful.
  2. All assets and all liabilities are required to be completely and accurately disclosed in the documents filed to commence the case. Some places in the Bankruptcy Code require that you list the replacement value of each asset. This must be the replacement value of the property at the date of filing the petition, without deducting for costs of sale or marketing, established after a reasonable inquiry. For property acquired for personal, family, or household use, replacement value means the price a retail merchant would charge for property of that kind, considering the age and condition of the property.
  3. The following information, which appears on Official Form 22, Statement of Current Monthly Income, is required to be stated after reasonable inquiry: current monthly income, the amounts specified in section 707(b)(2), and, in a case under chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code, disposable income (determined in accordance with section 707(b)(2)).
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Last Updated August 2012

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FCTC has adopted the following general policy toward copyright infringement in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The address of FCTC's Designated Agent to Receive Notification of Claimed Infringement ("Designated Agent") is listed at the end of this policy.
It is FCTC's policy to (1) block access to or remove Content that it believes in good faith to be copyrighted material that has been illegally copied and distributed by any of our advertisers, affiliates, content providers, members or Users; and (2) remove and discontinue service to repeat offenders. If you believe that Content residing on or accessible through the FCTC Site or Service infringes a copyright, please send a notice of copyright infringement by facsimile or regular mail (not e-mail) to THAV GROSS PC, 30150 Telegraph Road, Suite 444, Bingham Farms, MI 48025, Attn: Copyright Agent, Fax: 248-645-8205, containing the following information:

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Last Updated January 2014

 

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We Need to Ask You Some Questions...it will not take too long

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • First Name:
  • Last Name:
  • Spouse's Name:
  • Spouse's Last Name:
  • Number person living in household:
  • Do You Own or Rent?
  • Email Address:

So far, so good. Of course, there is more...

Principal Residence

  • Address:
  • City:
  • State:
  • Zip:
  • If you rent your home, what is the monthly rent?
    • Monthly Rent:
  • If you own the home:
    • Who Owns the Home:
    • *Estimate the Fair Market Value of Your Home today, taking into account the current market declines:

*Need help? To get an estimated FMV, go to www.zillow.com and insert the Zestimate© they give you.

Tell Us About Your House - What you owe on your Home...

First Mortgage

  • Name of Lender:
  • Balance Due:
  • Monthly Payment:
    • Principal & Interest:
    • Taxes:
      (*We need the monthly amount you pay into escrow for taxes or if you pay them yourself, take the total of one year's real estate taxes and divide by 12)
    • Insurance:
      (*We need the monthly amount you pay into escrow for taxes or if you pay them yourself, take the total of one year's real estate taxes and divide by 12)
    • Monthly Condo Association Dues (If you own a condo):
  • Are you current on the Mortgage?
    • If behind, number of payments behind:
  • Have you applied for a loan modification?
    • Have you been:

If you have a Second Mortgage or Home Equity Line (HELOC), tell us (of course, skip this if you don't have a second)...

Second Mortgage

  • Name of Lender:
  • Balance Due:
  • Monthly Payment:
    • Principal & Interest:
  • Are you current on the Second Mortgage?
    • If behind, number of payments behind:

If you have a Third Mortgage, tell us:

  • Name of Lender:
  • Balance Due:
  • Monthly Payment:
    • Principal & Interest:
  • Are you current on the Third Mortgage?
    • If behind, number of payments behind:

*Keep in mind .. as we go through this - just skip sections that don't apply to you.

Tell Us About any other Real Property You Own...

Rental/Vacation Property # 1

  • Monthly Rent Received:
    (If it is a vacation home or you don't receive any rent, put $0.00)
  • Mortgage Payment on 1st Mortgage:
  • Mortgage Payment on 2nd Mortgage:
  • Estimated Monthly Cost of Taxes & Insurance:
    (Take the total for the year and divide by 12)
  • 1st Mortgage Balance:
  • 2nd Mortgage Balance:
  • Fair Market Value of Property:
    (Go to www.zillow.com if you need help)

Perhaps you have another piece of property - so the next screen asks about another piece - if not - just skip it and go on

Rental/Vacation Property # 2...

  • Monthly Rent Received:
    (If it is a vacation home or you don't receive any rent, put $0.00)
  • Mortgage Payment on 1st Mortgage:
  • Mortgage Payment on 2nd Mortgage:
  • Estimated Monthly Cost of Taxes & Insurance:
    (Take the total for the year and divide by 12)
  • 1st Mortgage Balance:
  • 2ndMortgage Balance:
  • Fair Market Value of Property:
    (Go to www.zillow.com if you need help)

Hopefully - that covers your Real Property - if not, sorry to say, but we're out of room for Property so just go on and mention it to us at the end

Lets Look at Cars & Boats. Well begin with Cars

  • Car # 1 - Year & Make:
    • Own or Lease?:
    • Balance Owed :
      (If owned free & clear, put $0.00)
    • Monthly Payment:
    • Fair Market Value:
  • Car # 2 - Year & Make:
    • Own or Lease?:
    • Balance Owed :
      (If owned free & clear, put $0.00)
    • Monthly Payment:
    • Fair Market Value:
  • Car # 3 - Year & Make:
    • Own or Lease?:
    • Balance Owed :
      (If owned free & clear, put $0.00)
    • Monthly Payment:
    • Fair Market Value:

More Cars...

  • Car # 4 - Year & Make:
    • Own or Lease?:
    • Balance Owed :
      (If owned free & clear, put $0.00)
    • Monthly Payment:
    • Fair Market Value:

I know you must be thinking .. how many spots for cars are they going to provide .. well our thought is there are many families of 4 with 4 drivers and Mom and Dad provide the cars .. so we'll add one more for good luck Okay?

  • Car # 5 - Year & Make:
    • Own or Lease?:
    • Balance Owed :
      (If owned free & clear, put $0.00) Monthly Payment
    • Monthly Payment:
    • Fair Market Value:

Now Boats/Other Motorized Toys - hopefully you don't have more than two - but we're giving you room for three!

  • Boat/Toy # 1 - Year & Make:
    • Own or Lease?:
    • Balance Owed :
      (If owned free & clear, put $0.00)
    • Monthly Payment:
    • Fair Market Value of Boat/Toy:
  • Boat/Toy # 2 - Year & Make:
    • Own or Lease?:
    • Balance Owed :
      (If owned free & clear, put $0.00)
    • Monthly Payment:
    • Fair Market Valu of Boat/Toy:
  • Boat/Toy # 3 - Year & Make:
    • Own or Lease?:
    • Balance Owed :
      (If owned free & clear, put $0.00)
    • Monthly Payment:
    • Fair Market Value of Boat/Toy:

Tell Us About Your Credit Cards...

(If you are short on time, enter the total balance due of all cards and the approximate Minimum Payment of all cards)

Issuer/Bank Account Number (last 4 digits - If you wish to include them) Balance Due Minimum Payment Who is Obligated?
Totals

Tell Us About Any Student Loans You Have...

Student Loan #1

  • Who is obligated:
  • Lender:
  • Balance Due:
  • Monthly Payment:
  • Are you current?
    • If behind, number of payments behind:

Student Loan #2

  • Who is obligated:
  • Lender:
  • Balance Due:
  • Monthly Payment:
  • Are you current?
    • If behind, number of payments behind:

Do You Have Any Other Loan Obligations?

Other Loan #1

  • Who is obligated:
  • Lender:
  • Balance Due:
  • Monthly Payment:
  • Are you current?
    • If behind, number of payments behind:

Remember...don't fret...if the section does not apply to you...just skip it or insert zeros!

Other Loan #2

  • Who is obligated:
  • Lender:
  • Balance Due:
  • Monthly Payment:
  • Are you current?
    • If behind, number of payments behind:

Other Loan #3

  • Who is obligated:
  • Lender:
  • Balance Due:
  • Monthly Payment:
  • Are you current?
    • If behind, number of payments behind:

Do You Have Any Tax Issues?

(You'd be surprised - if you do, you are certainly not alone. Many self employed individuals are encountering lingering tax problems as a result of the melt down of our economy in 2009)

Tax Returns

Have you filed your Federal & State Tax Returns (where required) for the following years:

  • 2016 :
  • 2015 :
  • 2014 :
  • 2013 :
  • 2012 :

Do You Have an Unpaid Tax Liablity?

  Tax Year Balance Due
IRS 2016
IRS 2015 & 2014
IRS 2013 & PRIOR
STATE 2016
STATE 2015 & 2014
STATE 2013 & PRIOR
TOTAL BALANCE DUE

Remember the Good Ole Days?

"SHOW ME THE MONEY!!!"

We need to know the Income You Have to Work With and Any Savings You Have

Tell Us About Your Savings & Retirement Total

Total Savings/Cash - Non Retirement

  • Bill [1]:
  • Jane [3]:

Total 401(k)/IRAs/Retirement Funds

  • Bill [1]:
  • Jane [3]:

We are almost done... tell us about your Income

First, Bill [1]

We need to know your Gross Wages and Net Wages on a Monthly basis. First, let's begin with Gross Wages. Select the frequency you are paid and insert the amount of your Gross Wages:

Bill [1] - Job #1

  • IMPORTANT!!! SELECT ONLY ONE PAY METHOD (Weekley, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Monthly) & Do NOT Include Self-Employment Income here
    • Weekley Gross Pay: equals per month
    • Bi Weekley Gross Pay: equals per month
      (This is the most common!)
    • Semi Monthly Gross Pay: equals per month
    • Monthly Gross Pay: equals per month

Bill [1] - Job #2

  • IMPORTANT!!! SELECT ONLY ONE PAY METHOD (Weekley, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Monthly) & Do NOT Include Self-Employment Income here.
    • Weekley Gross Pay: equals per month
    • Bi Weekley Gross Pay: equals per month
      (This is the most common!)
    • Semi Monthly Gross Pay: equals per month
    • Monthly Gross Pay: equals per month

Net Pay now...

We need to know Bill [1]'s New Pay on a Monthly basis. This is the amount of your pay check that you actually receive after the deductions.

Just like you did for Net Wages, select the frequency you are paid and insert the amount of your Net Wages:

Bill [1] - Job #1

  • IMPORTANT!!! SELECT ONLY ONE PAY METHOD (Weekley, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Monthly) & Do NOT Include Self-Employment Income here.
    • Weekley Net Pay: equals per month
    • Bi Weekley Net Pay: equals per month
      (This is the most common!)
    • Semi Monthly Net Pay: equals per month
    • Monthly Net Pay: equals per month

Bill [1] - Job #2

  • IMPORTANT!!! SELECT ONLY ONE PAY METHOD (Weekley, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Monthly) & Do NOT Include Self-Employment Income here.
    • Weekley Net Pay: equals per month
    • Bi Weekley Net Pay: equals per month
      (This is the most common!)
    • Semi Monthly Net Pay: equals per month
    • Monthly Net Pay: equals per month

Bill [1]

Enter your Self-Employment Income here:

  • The approximate Net Income you earn on a monthly basis:
    (This is the Gross Receipts from your business, less your business expenses)

We Need to Know if You Have Other Income

  • Note: If you have any other income, you should include it as Self Employment Income.
    • Alimony Received: (Enter Amount Received per Month)
    • Child Support Received: (Enter Amount Received per Month)
    • Social Security Income Received: (per Month)
    • Total Other Income:

Now, its Jane [3]'s Turn (Note: If you are single, ignore this section)

We need to know Jane [3]'s Gross Wages and Net Wages on a Monthly basis. First, let's begin with Gross Wages. Select the frequency you are paid and insert the amount of your Gross Wages:

Jane [3] - Job #1

  • IMPORTANT!!! SELECT ONLY ONE PAY METHOD (Weekley, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Monthly) & Do NOT Include Self-Employment Income here.
    • Weekley Gross Pay: equals per month
    • Bi Weekley Gross Pay: equals per month
      (This is the most common!)
    • Semi Monthly Gross Pay: equals per month
    • Monthly Gross Pay: equals per month

Jane [3] - Job #2

  • IMPORTANT!!! SELECT ONLY ONE PAY METHOD (Weekley, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Monthly) & Do NOT Include Self-Employment Income here.
    • Weekley Gross Pay: equals per month
    • Bi Weekley Gross Pay: equals per month
      (This is the most common!)
    • Semi Monthly Gross Pay: equals per month
    • Monthly Gross Pay: equals per month

Net Pay now...

We need to know Jane [3]'s Net Pay on a Monthly basis. This is the amount of your pay check that you actually receive after the deductions.

Just like you did for Gross Wages, select the frequency you are paid and insert the amount of your Net Wages:

Jane [3] - Job #1

  • IMPORTANT!!! SELECT ONLY ONE PAY METHOD (Weekley, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Monthly) & Do NOT Include Self-Employment Income here.
    • Weekley Net Pay: equals per month
    • Bi Weekley Net Pay: equals per month
      (This is the most common!)
    • Semi Monthly Net Pay: equals per month
    • Monthly Net Pay: equals per month

Jane [3] - Job #2

  • IMPORTANT!!! SELECT ONLY ONE PAY METHOD (Weekley, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly or Monthly) & Do NOT Include Self-Employment Income here.
    • Weekley Net Pay: equals per month
    • Bi Weekley Net Pay: equals per month
      (This is the most common!)
    • Semi Monthly Net Pay: equals per month
    • Monthly Net Pay: equals per month

Jane [3],

Enter your Self-Employment Income here:

  • The approximate Net Income you earn on a monthly basis:
    (This is the Gross Receipts from your business, less your business expenses)

We Need to Know if You Have Other Income

  • Note: If you have any other income, you should include it as Self Employment Income.
    • Alimony Received: (Enter Amount Received per Month)
    • Child Support Received: (Enter Amount Received per Month)
    • Social Security Income Received: (per Month)
    • Total Other Income:

HEALTH INSURANCE & RETIREMENT PLAN LOAN REPAYMENTS

If your employer deducts from your paycheck an amount for Health Insurance or a Loan Repayment to your Retirement Plan (401(k), 403(b), etc.), you need to calculate the amount withheld monthly and insert it here. [Here are simple rules for you to calculate: If you are paid weekly, multiply the amount by 4.33. If you are paid, Bi-weekly (every other week), multiply the amount by 2.165. If you are paid Semi-Monthly, multiply the amount by 2.]

  Bill [1] Jane [3] Total
Health Insurance Withheld Monthly
Retirement Loan Repayments Withheld Monthly

Bill [1] & Jane [3]

Summary of Gross Monthly Pay & Net Monthly Pay

  Gross Monthly Net Monthly
Bill [1]
Jane [3]
Total

We are just about there - below is a recap of the Monthly Expenses we have discussed and we need you to fill in those that are blank:

These we know...

Monthly Expenses

1st Mortgage Payment - Primary Res (P&I)

2nd Mortgage Payment - Primary Res (P&I)

3rd Mortgage Payment - Primary Res (P&I)
Property Taxes - Primary Res

Home Owner's Insurance - Primary Res

Vacation & Rental Homes - Mortgage Payments

Vacation & Rental Homes - Taxes & Insurance

Auto Loans/Leases

Boat Loans

Credit Card Payments

Student Loan Payments

Other Loans
Health Insurance (Deducted from my paychecks)
Retirement Loan Repayments (Deducted from my paychecks)

These we need to know...

Monthly Expenses

Health Insurance (that is not paid via your paycheck)

Auto Insurance

Life Insurance

Disability Insurance

Dental Insurance

Cell/Cable/Telephone

Electricity

Gas

Water

Fuel for Autos/Maintenance

Medical Expenses

Food, Housekeeping, Apparel, Personal Care & Misc
Total Other Monthly Expenses

 

Total Monthly Expense

Is there anything else you'd like to tell us about your situation. If so, feel free to tell us here:

 

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