Largest South Carolina Cities
- Greenville - 263,637
- Columbia - 168,103
- Charleston - 120,083
- Summerville - 117,093
- Spartanburg - 115,412
- Rock Hill - 111,223
- North Charleston - 97,471
- Myrtle Beach - 94,684
- Lexington - 82,769
- Anderson - 81,309
- Mount Pleasant - 78,960
- Dutch Fork - 73,262
- Pontiac - 72,876
- Florence - 70,050
- Aiken - 58,691
- North Augusta - 54,044
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- 2023 - State Bankruptcy Exemptions Inflation Adjustments
- New Rules about Student Loans in Bankruptcy
- April 1, 2023 - Means Test South Carolina Median Income Revisions
- June 2022 - Chapter 13 Debt Limits Increased to 2.5M for Two Years
Wage and Hour
- 23 States Increase Minimum Wages in 2023.
- Detailed, local minimum wage info for more cities and counties.
Obamacare 2023 Rates and Open Enrollment
- New York extends enrollment until May 11, 2023.
- What You Need to Know about 2023 Open Enrollment in South Carolina
- Obamacare 2023 Rates and Plans offered in Your County
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Our Bankruptcy Means Test Calculator is updated through the latest edition for bankruptcies filed on or after November 1, 2022, and will be updated again when the income numbers change in April of 2023. Originally launched in May 2006 and is now in its 28th edition. It has served over 3 million consumers for free, anonymously. We also feature detailed listings of state and federal bankruptcy exemption laws and information about using your local bankruptcy court.
We have the latest on how to sign up for Obamacare Insurance for 2023 in South Carolina! Obamacare By Zipcode was launched in 2013 inspired by righteous indignation when the Republican legislature of Missouri passed a law prohibiting state employees from giving information about how to sign up for Obamacare insurance. When we heard that, we thought "well they can't ban this website from providing this information to the people of Missouri!" So we launched Obamacare By Zipcode, and within a year we ranked #1 on google for "Missouri Obamacare" (and in Texas too!) and helped with the early success of the Affordable Care Act. Since then we've offered information and rates for providers for Your County if you live in a state that is served by the Healthcare.gov.
Unemployment Law & Benefits
Find the latest updates through 2023 in our unemployment law section. Since 2015 we've had information about unemployment and how to find your local unemployment office. We tracked the rise and fall of COVID unemployment benefit payments, and have kept you up to date on whether you qualify for unemployment and how to apply for unemployment in South Carolina.
Wage & Hour Law / Minimum Wage
Updated for 2023, we've offer information about Wage and Hour Laws and your local Local Minimum Wage, and we update that information every year for your state and county.
Inheritance Law & Probate
Updated for 2023, we've offered information about Inheritance Law in South Carolina since 2015, and information on how to handle probate of an inheritance at Your County probate court.
Child Custody & Family Courts
Updated for 2023, we offer Child Custody articles and Greenville County Family Court information to help you handle your child custody matters.
Democracy & Voting
In 2017 we launched Democracy by Zipcode, where users can find out about their elected representatives and how to participate in government and vote in any upcoming election, using the best resources on the internet.
- How to Find a Personal Injury Lawyer in South Carolina
- How to Find a DUI or DWI Lawyer in South Carolina
- Ten Ways a South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help You
- Ten Ways an Estate Planning Lawyer Can Help You
- Ten Ways a Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help You
- Ten Ways a Business Lawyer Can Help You
- Ten Ways a Family Lawyer Can Help You
- Filing Bankruptcy In South Carolina
- Means Test Calculator for Your County, For Cases Filed on or after April 1, 2023
- Bankruptcy Lawyers Serving South Carolina
- South Carolina Bankruptcy Exemptions - All Categories
- Is South Carolina Adjusting Its Bankruptcy Exemptions for Inflation in 2023?
- What We're Reading About Debt & Bankruptcy
- Information about the South Carolina District Bankruptcy Court
- What You Need to Know About South Carolina Minimum Wage, Overtime, and Other Wage Claims
- Am I Entitled to Minimum Wage in South Carolina?
- Am I Entitled to Overtime Pay in South Carolina?
- What Are My Rights to Tips in South Carolina?
- What Are My Rights to Tips in South Carolina?
- Does My South Carolina Employer Have to Give Me Breaks From Work?
- Am I Entitled to Paid Sick Leave, Family Leave, or Vacation Time in South Carolina?
- What Can I Do If I Am Owed Pay in South Carolina?
- South Carolina Unemployment Office
- How Do I Apply for Unemployment Benefits in South Carolina?
- Am I Eligible for Unemployment Benefits in South Carolina?
- Coronavirus Unemployment Benefits No Longer Available
- How Can I Find an Unemployment Lawyer in South Carolina?
- Paying an Unemployment Lawyer in South Carolina
- COVID-19 and Unemployment Benefits in South Carolina FAQ
- How Much Will I Collect in Unemployment Benefits in South Carolina?
- How Long Will My Unemployment Benefits Last in South Carolina?
- Can I Appeal a Denial of Unemployment Benefits in South Carolina?
- Do I Need a Lawyer to Get Unemployment Benefits in South Carolina?
- What Do I Have to Do to Keep Receiving Unemployment Benefits in South Carolina?
- South Carolina Family Court
- What South Carolina Residents Need To Know About How to Get Custody of a Child
- How South Carolina Courts Make Child Custody Decisions
- How Does Child Custody Work in South Carolina?
- Who Claims a Child on Taxes After a Custody Case?
- Can You Change Child Support Payment Amounts By Moving to a Different State?
- How to Enforce a Child Custody Order in South Carolina
- What South Carolina Residents Need to Know About Inheritance Law
- Does South Carolina Collect Estate or Inheritance Tax?
- How Probate Works in South Carolina
- How to Handle a Small Estate in South Carolina
- Who Inherits When Your Spouse or Parent Dies Without a Will in South Carolina?
- What Rights Do Creditors Have?
- What Taxes Need to Be Filed After Someone Dies?
- What South Carolina Residents Need to Know About Obamacare for 2023
- South Carolina 2023 Obamacare Rates
- Get Help Finding a Health Insurance Plan in South Carolina
- Obamacare for Self-Employed South Carolina Residents
- How Much Is the Obamacare Tax Penalty in South Carolina for 2023?
- Do I Have to Get Health Insurance in South Carolina in 2023?
- How Obamacare Can Help Unemployed South Carolina Residents
- Ways to Save Money on Obamacare in South Carolina
- South Carolina Elected Representatives
- How to Vote in South Carolina
- How to Confirm or Update Your Voter Registration in South Carolina
- Groups That Track Legislation on Specific Issues
- Who Runs the Police Force & Sheriff’s Office in Your City, South Carolina, and Your County?
- Was My Vote Counted? How to Track Your Vote in South Carolina
- What We're Reading About Democracy and Voting
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