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What is Bankruptcy?
Personal bankruptcy is a legal way to give people with overwhelming debt a fresh financial start. However, it is important to realize that certain forms of debt, such as student loans, are not forgiven through the bankruptcy process. Bankruptcy can have a devastating impact to your credit report and credit score. Bankruptcy will often remain on your credit report for as long as 10 years. During this time it can be next to impossible to obtain loans or any type of credit. If you are able to find a lender that is willing to do business with you, you will pay the highest possible interest rates allowed by law.
Quite often, lawyers are quick to suggest bankruptcy but, they don't always explain how damaging bankruptcy can be. Why would a lawyer do this? The answer is simple; If you don't file for bankruptcy, they don't get paid. The best thing that you can do is obtain independent information if you are considering bankruptcy. This way you become informed in an unbiased manner.
There are two forms of bankruptcy:
Chapter 13 involves reorganizing your debt in such a way that you a can keep the property you might otherwise lose, For example, a car or home. Chapter 13 will allow you 3-5 years to pay-off the items you have as opposed to losing them entirely.
Chapter 7 is the most straightforward form of bankruptcy. It involves liquidating all of your assets. However, this can depend upon the laws for the state in which you live. Traditionally, a court appointed representative will sell your personal property or it will simply be returned to the creditors that you owe money to. Federal law only allows consumers to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy every six years.
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Start Small and Your Wealth Will Get Bigger
We've all heard the phrase, "You have to start somewhere." Nothing could be truer of creating wealth and prosperity in your life.
What the Mail on Sunday Said
Anyone considering Bankruptcy may have experienced fear after reading an article written in The Mail on Sunday with the headline "Bankruptcy cheats face crackdown". But, how much of what was written was in context of the reality of Bankruptcy as it is today?The article implied that since The Enterprise Act 2002 the rise in the number of people going bankrupt was due to them using the Bankruptcy route as a "Get out of jail free card".
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Leaving school, getting a new job, or even a raise at your current one, has most people considering their next great purchase. Few think about the affect this could have on their future.
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The Five Most Popular Questions About Bankruptcy
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Secrets to Why Debt Reduction is So Vital for Your Financial Health
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Credit Card Debt & the Unfairness of the Universal Default Clause
Let's look at a real world example: A woman purchased a new $4,000 large screen TV a few months ago based on the knowledge her monthly payment was going to be $175, and based on the 9% interest rate charged by her credit card company. For five months straight she made all her payments on time, but in the fifth month she was late paying her mortgage bill, for reasons unknown.
How to Protect Yourself: Debt Collections
So you are getting collection calls? You're desk is full of unpaid bills. You dread answering the phone.
Bankruptcy still remains a mystery in the eyes of many consumers. This article will review the facts of bankruptcy as per written law.
Are You Beating Up On Yourself About Debt?
When you hear the word "debt", whats the first thought or feeling that comes to you? For most people debt is "bad" or it becomes the "enemy" and is something that should be avoided like the plague.Having debt does not make you a bad person.
Can You Escape the Trap of Ever Growing Debt?
It's difficult not to be concerned when facing numbers like these:43% of U.S.
Stop Debt Collectors
Can you stop debt collectors ? . .
New Bankruptcy Law Will Not Protect You from Identity Theft
Recently passed by Congress with overwhelming support, the oddly-named Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act was designed to eliminate "bankruptcy of convenience." The perceived problem is that many compulsive gamblers, shoppers and drug users often run up huge debts on easily available credit cards with no intention of paying their bills.
Debt Validation: Do you have to pay ?
It happens all the time. Debt collectors try to collect on debts that consumers have no knowledge of or never owed in the first place.
Debt Elimination Is The Key to Financial Freedom
If you want financial freedom, the first thing that you will need to do is to get rid of your debts. After all, as long as you owe money, you can't consider yourself to be financially free.
Mr. Cheapies Frugal Budget Tips
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