NACBA 2 for 1 Webinar: EIDL Proceeds Usage and Pre-Bankruptcy Planning in Chapter 13

When:  Mar 7, 2024 from 16:00 to 17:00 (ET)

Date: Thursday, March 7, 2024

Time: 3:00-4:00pm ET

Speakers: Stephen E. Berken, Esq. and Tara Gaschler Salinas Esq.

Member price: $25.00

Non-member Price: $75.00

Description: Join NACBA as we explore 2 important consumer bankruptcy topics in a one hour webinar!

Topic 1: Economic Injury Disaster Loans--the chickens have come home to roost.

What looked like a free $2 million may not be so free.   What you should know about EIDL loans, defaults, and the government's interest in where that money went.  Lights and licensing or lobster and a Lamborghini?  We’ll discuss the crucial conversation to have with your client before the filing, red flags, and options for debtors with questionable EIDL loans.

Topic 2: Pre-Bankruptcy planning in Chapter 13

Ever think "I wish you had come in 6 months ago so we could plan this filing?"  Need a car?  Low on retirement?  Enough insurance coverage?  Private school for the little one?  How a few extra weeks or months can help you to plan a more efficient and effective chapter 13 case.   We’ll provide creative ideas for often-missed reasonable expenses and few that push the limits.

After registering, a private Zoom meeting link will be sent to you from Zoom. Any webinar materials will be emailed to you from NACBA. Question and help can be directed to admin@nacba.com

NACBA Webinars feature discounted rates solely for members. If you are a member, please sign in before proceeding. There are no refunds on any webinar purchases. Webinars are made available on-demand. NACBA webinars are for professional development, meaning CLE is not provided by NACBA and self-study is encouraged.

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Login: After registering, a private Zoom meeting link will be sent to you from Zoom. Any webinar materials will be emailed to you from NACBA. Question and help can be directed to admin@nacba.com