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Relief from Debt with the Help of Proper Administration

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 Sudipto Chakraborty (October 09, 2012)  Just as the proverb, time is the most important factor in the life of human beings. Once past, if can never be re-gained. Due to such reasons, every individual attempt to perform every operation of an organization in proper time, so as to make it fruitful and effective. Therefore, time is regarded as one of the most imperious factors in both personal as well as professional life. Due .. (Bankruptcy)

'Rings of Fire’ in the Banking Sector

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 Brian Anthony (April 05, 2012)  “A bank has to be a bank. And the bank can only be a bank if the money that is lent comes back to the bank”. These words said by our ex-Finance minister in the wake of the 2008 global crisis, wherein most of Americas and Europe’s financial structure got immersed can be considered as a simplistic but prophetic statement in the light of current events unfolding in the .. (Bankruptcy)

Is Bankruptcy My Only Option?

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 Jenny Pilley (December 08, 2011)  Often when struggling with finances many of us bury our heads and hope that it will all just disappear. The reality is that it often becomes worse if left, however admitting you are in difficulty is the first step towards clearing your debt. One leading company know how hard it is to make that first step, which is why their team of trained and friendly staff will be on hand throughout .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy - How To Succeed

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 Peter Radford (September 09, 2011)  Bankruptcy - Conceived In Biblical Times Bankruptcy may be defined as the legally declared inability of an individual or organisation to pay their creditors, who represent a third party which supplied, to the individual or organisation, a product or service for which they are legally entitled to receive full settlement. As part of a process called involuntary bankruptcy, a creditor may . (Bankruptcy)

Credit Card Consolidation and Personal Loans: Can They Work Together?

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 Tanmay Sharma (June 17, 2011)  Generally, it is believed that personal loans and credit card consolidation are two different options available for money management. However, personal loans can accelerate the process of credit card debt consolidation. Even some years back, things used to be difficult only for individuals with bad credit score; they had to bear an interest rate as high as 26%. However, people with .. (Bankruptcy)

Credit Card Consolidation and Personal Loans: Can They Work Together?

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 Tanmay Sharma (June 17, 2011)  Generally, it is believed that personal loans and credit card consolidation are two different options available for money management. However, personal loans can accelerate the process of credit card debt consolidation. Even some years back, things used to be difficult only for individuals with bad credit score; they had to bear an interest rate as high as 26%. However, people with .. (Bankruptcy)

Charles City Online Banking Programs

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 Terri Hessor (December 08, 2010)  It is more convenient now here in Charles City Iowa than it was in the past to use online banking, and progressively more people are using it to handle their funds. In addition to making transactions during individual trips to local branch locations, the majority of major banks provide online banking systems that permit their customers to check their accounts and handle certain .. (Bankruptcy)

Credit report Repair - How to Dispute Negative Items on Your credit record

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 Faisal Farrukh (November 11, 2010)  Your credit report contains key information that identifies you and just how you've paid your debts. Whenever you make a credit-based application, your credit track record is reviewed to make a choice. If, for whatever reason, your information is reported incorrectly, it could cause you to be denied for services that you would otherwise might have been approved. This is exactly why it's . (Bankruptcy)

Declaring Bankruptcy As A Way Out

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 Anna May (November 02, 2010)  Declaring bankruptcy is always a hard choice to make. Bankruptcy carries a lot of negative connotations with it. Besides that, you have the factor of having this negative mark on your credit report for 10 years (8 years if you file chapter 13). When does declaring bankruptcy a good choice? If you have come to the point where your income is not enough to pay the bills, you have a .. (Bankruptcy)

Creditors flouting rules to contact those who have declared bankruptcy

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 Clear S. (August 18, 2010)  The figures published by R3, the trade body for insolvency professionals, reveal that 44 per cent of people undertaking bankruptcy proceedings are still contacted by their creditors in blatant violation of the bankruptcy rules. The bankruptcy figure exactly matches the statistic for people in the less formal alternative of debt management plans; however, it decreases by 25 percent for .. (Bankruptcy)

Record Increase in Personal Insolvencies

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 Clear S. (July 27, 2010)  The latest figures have shown year on year growth in all types of insolvency solutions, but most worrying with bankruptcies/debt relief orders being the fastest areas of growth. Whilst bankruptcy may sound like an easy option for consumers, in that quite often debts are considered satisfied within twelve months, it can limit employment prospects, ruling out roles in parts of the .. (Bankruptcy)

Young Women Overtake Men in Bankruptcy Figures

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 Clear S. (June 09, 2010)  Analysis of figures from the Insolvency Service by accountancy firm Wilkins Kennedy has revealed some interesting insights with a notable being that celebrity culture and easy credit are proving irresistible to many young women and they make up the majority of young people falling into bankruptcy. The report blamed irresponsible spending for the jump in insolvencies. The analysis of .. (Bankruptcy)

A Primer on How to Declare Bankruptcy

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 Anna May (May 12, 2010)  How quickly can your bankruptcy filing be conducted? In some cases, it can be done in a day or less, provided all relevant information is provided to your bankruptcy professional or bankruptcy preparer. You must also take into account their ability to prepare the relevant documents quickly. Bankruptcies filed through a bankruptcy professional are now filed electronically, so once the .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy - How To Succeed 6

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 Peter Radford (January 13, 2010)  Geographical Interpretations Canada Bankruptcy Process In Canada, the bankruptcy process is divided into three stages: Initiation Interim Discharge Initiation Stage An insolvent person may avoid bankruptcy by either establishing mutually acceptable arrangements with the creditors or by filing a consumer proposal which, should a default be incurred, would cause that person to be deemed .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy - How To Succeed 5

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 Peter Radford (December 31, 2009)  Geographical Interpretations Brazil In the case of Brazil, the Bankruptcy Law applies solely to private companies. However, there are a few specified categories that are deemed to constitute an exception, and these include: Financial institutions, credit cooperatives, those designated as a consortium, and a society that operates a health care plan. On the other hand, the law does not .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy - How To Succeed 4

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 Peter Radford (December 28, 2009)  Geographical Interpretations Australia Continued There are normally two principal sources from which funds can be realised, viz. the assets and wages of the bankrupt. However, the bankrupt is granted the facility whereby certain assets are set aside and their value cannot be realised. These are referred to as protected assets, and include such items as furniture and appliances used in .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy - How To Succeed 3

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 Peter Radford (December 27, 2009)  Geographical Interpretations Australia In Australia, all forms of bankruptcy are governed by legislation that is entitled The Bankruptcy Act 1966 (Commonwealth). According to this, the act of becoming bankrupt is only available to individuals. In the case of companies classified as insolvent, they are required to go into administration, which is alternatively known as liquidation. This .. (Bankruptcy)

Chapter 7 Exemptions and Chapter 13 Dischargeable Debts

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 Esther A. (November 23, 2009)  It is quite important to understand the benefices each Chapter of bankruptcy offer prior to taking on any bankruptcy legal procedures. What are the debts that are subject to exoneration in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? The range of exemptions is different in each Chapter and varies from state to state. What are some of the most significant and basic discharge for Chapter 7 and .. (Bankruptcy)

DIY Insolvency: the Idea of Flat Pack IVAs?

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 David Brown (November 19, 2009)  Following news released yesterday that the British Government have released proposals that intend to reform the application process for personal insolvencies, the argument of how moral and ethical the plans are in light of the seriousness of insolvency. In addition to these grappling consciences within the personal arena, one of the most influential insolvency practitioners within the .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy Auto Loan: Knock at the Right Doors

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 Andrew Rakers (October 23, 2009)  Most people who have filed for bankruptcy or have poor credit ratings give up all hope of getting a car loan in the foreseeable future. Not many people are aware, however, that getting car loan after bankruptcyis absolutely possible. Of course, you need to be prepared to find the going tough because most banks and lending institutions will charge an arm and a leg in interest. Read on to . (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy - How To Succeed 2

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 Peter Radford (June 27, 2009)  History: Continued Since such banking practices were common in Italy, it has been suggested that the Italian words banco rotto, or broken bank, represents the true meaning of the term bankruptcy. Alternatively, some derive the word from the French banque, or table. Finally, it has been possible to identify the origin of bankrupts from the ancient Roman mensarii or argentarii. They .. (Bankruptcy)

Let the Mortgage Companies Fight Over Your Business

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 Jason V Hill (January 16, 2009)  As the mortgage companies are raising the requirements to obtain new mortgages and simultaneously clamoring for your business, the recent advent of our website that will allow you to request specific mortgage information from up to one hundred companies through one consolidated website saves untold amounts of time, money and aggravation. Shopping for loan rates and restrictions can be .. (Bankruptcy)

Common Bankruptcy Myths Debunked

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 David Romito (January 16, 2009)  The average American knows very little about bankruptcy. Most people probably understand very generally that a bankruptcy can serve to eliminate debt and offer a ‘fresh start’ - but often know very little beyond this basic concept. Some of the information you might have heard is correct, but much of it is not. Misconceptions have become even more widespread after the passage . (Bankruptcy)

Loan Modifications - Save Your Home

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 False Roark (November 04, 2008)  Loan modification is a provision that you can avail in exceptional circumstances, when you are facing an imminent foreclosure on your property. Although not availed very frequently this legal provision could just prove to be your best escape route, getting you out of your tangled loan worries, and just about the saving grace for your distressed credit score. This is our basic purpose, .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy Filers Get a Second Chance

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 Harrine Freeman (November 04, 2008)  The 2008 financial crisis resulted in a credit freeze and implementation of the $700 billion dollar bailout plan will cause many Americans to feel the burden regarding their existing credit card accounts or when applying for new lines of credit or credit cards. Well, thanks to several Americans who were fed up with the inaccuracies reported by the credit bureaus a recent court ruling .. (Bankruptcy)

Simple Steps For Filing Bankruptcy Explained

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 Robin Boddy (October 21, 2008)  The initial stage is to be certain that filing bankruptcy is your last alternative, having researched alternatives. You have looked at all the additional resolutions but none are effective. This means that you would have tried to prevent filing bankruptcy as hard as you could. For instance, before you move on forward and file for bankruptcy, it is important that you avail the services .. (Bankruptcy)

Settle Your Tax Debt With Bankruptcy - Avoid 5 Common Traps

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 Richard Close (October 01, 2008)  Can't Pay! You can make Debt Vanish with a Bankruptcy! Is this true? No, it's not. If you file for Bankruptcy, your debt can grow! Penalties and interest don't stop accruing in the time it takes for a Bankruptcy to be approved. So watch out. Don't fall into this trap. 5 Common Bankruptcy Traps: Why Bankruptcy doesn't work for Tax Debt. 1. Having Money and Assets If you have plenty of .. (Bankruptcy)

Finding Answers to Your Bankruptcy Questions

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 Jon Arnold (September 30, 2008)  In today's very tough economic times, the process of filing bankruptcy may have crossed your mind. This is not a decision to be made lightly and should be considered only as a last resort because bankruptcy is going to have multiple long term negative effects on you, not the least of which is that it will be prominently shown on your credit report for the next 7 to 10 years. So where .. (Bankruptcy)

What Does Body Language Have to Do With the Dow And the Financial Crisis?

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 Vincent Harris (September 30, 2008)  I am writing this less than 24 hours after the Dow fell a record 777 points, setting an all time record. The news is flooded with a grim, dark and rather pessimistic view of what we can expect as a result of this financial situation. I'll keep my political views to myself-it's better that way. I'm not an economist or financial guru. All I could offer is a very weak opinion about what .. (Bankruptcy)

Top Reasons You Need to See a Bankruptcy Lawyer

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 Jon Arnold (September 22, 2008)  Often times, people believe they can file bankruptcy without the assistance and guidance of a bankruptcy lawyer. However, with all of the new laws in place, this couldn't be further from the truth. Lawyers versed in the laws of bankruptcy, are more important now, than ever before. Bankruptcy laws vary from state to state. A bankruptcy lawyer can help guide you through the laws and make . (Bankruptcy)

What a Good Bankruptcy Attorney Will Do For You

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 Jon Arnold (September 21, 2008)  What is all of the talk about bankruptcy these days? Quite simply, it is the section of the federal law that will allow a person who is in an extreme amount of debt to get a “fresh start". It will reduce the amount of debt that is required to be paid back as well as extend the time period in which the debt must be repaid. Will you need a bankruptcy attorney to help you sort .. (Bankruptcy)

The Hidden Costs of Filing Bankruptcy

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 W. M. Blake (September 16, 2008)  Bankruptcy is a means to get out of debt. Some feel that it is a quick escape from mounding debt, and they make it their number one option. However, bankruptcy is no little thing and should be weighed carefully. Understand that filing bankruptcy means you will pay a very small percentage or nothing at all toward the debts you owe. Your creditors clearly do not want that and they do .. (Bankruptcy)

Why You Need a Bankruptcy Loan

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 Charles Bretz (September 16, 2008)  Bankruptcy loans Filing for bankruptcy can really be a tough moment for the person but it is certainly not the end of the world. Of course it does leave a big hole in a person's credit history but before you ever think of taking that drastic step it is always better that you try to find some alternatives to bankruptcy. But in case things are not that easy then, you don't have to worry .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy - How to Succeed

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 Peter Radford (September 16, 2008)  Overview Bankruptcy may be defined as the legally declared inability of an individual or organisation to pay their creditors, who represent a third party which supplied, to the individual or organisation, a product or service for which they are legally entitled to receive full settlement. As part of a process called involuntary bankruptcy, a creditor may instigate bankruptcy .. (Bankruptcy)

Things You Must Know Before Filing Bankruptcy

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 Jon Arnold (September 10, 2008)  When you are thinking about filing bankruptcy there are many things that you need to think about. It is not a decision that should be taken lightly as it can negatively affect your life in a number of ways. So many people see bankruptcy as an easy way out of their debt problems, when in fact it can sometimes make their lives worse. Before filing bankruptcy, it is important that you .. (Bankruptcy)

Refinance After Bankruptcy - An Overview

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 Steven Copper (September 09, 2008)  Bankruptcy? Refinancing after bankruptcy is certainly a highly impossible task. Few months later to your filing bankruptcy, you can see lenders waiting to offer you loans for refinancing your mortgage. All you have is a period of six months to correct your credit situation. Take possible steps during this period, such as selling your assets, finding a second job in order to raise the .. (Bankruptcy)

Life Doesn't End Because of Bankruptcy - Ask Donald Trump!

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 Eric Baglio (September 09, 2008)  Each and every year, countless people file for bankruptcy because of one circumstance or another. For some, it's due to the loss of a job which stops the family income while still being burdened with the bills of everyday living. For others, it's due to a bad business venture that seemed like a great idea but the risk won over and left the investor with nothing but debt that can't be .. (Bankruptcy)

The Myths and Reality of Avoiding Bankruptcy

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 Cole Collins (September 08, 2008)  The reasons to avoid bankruptcy. The number of people filing for bankruptcy in 2006 was 617,660 – in 2007 that number increased to 850,912. Bankruptcy is turning into the most convenient option for people who are facing severe financial problems. However, strikingly, the majority of these people are ignorant of two very significant factors. One, bankruptcy is not the best solution .. (Bankruptcy)

Chapter 7 Vs Chapter 13 Bankruptcy - The Insider Facts You Need to Know Before You Sign

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 James Lassider (September 05, 2008)  Bankruptcy is a federal court process that can help consumers eliminate overwhelming debts or establish a plan to repay them. Depending on your income and circumstances, bankruptcy laws may give you a way to erase many financial obligations and start afresh. Personal Bankruptcy Choices Chapter 7 And Chapter 13 For personal bankruptcy there are basically two ways to get bankruptcy .. (Bankruptcy)

How to Find a Loan After a Bankruptcy

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 Bryan Burbank (August 28, 2008)  If you have filed a Bankruptcy and now need a loan then you may be nervous about getting approved. One of the hardest things to deal with is the aftermath of a bankruptcy because you are picking up the pieces and trying to have a fresh start. This can be a time for you to regroup your financial life. This bankruptcy will likely stay on your credit report for 7-10 years but if you work .. (Bankruptcy)

Bankruptcy Information Explained

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 Cole Collins (August 14, 2008)  Technically, the term bankruptcy comes from the old Italian banco rotta or busted bench - most likely a metaphor for flat broke though, for merchants unable to pay their debts in olden days, more than a few benches (or countertops) were destroyed alongside. The overall notion's rather older and refers to the official distinction of debts that a court agrees could not reasonably expect .. (Bankruptcy)

Should You File For Personal Bankruptcy?

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 Jon Arnold (August 14, 2008)  In today's economy, personal bankruptcy is becoming an increasingly popular way to end the battle with debt. However, before you begin the process you need to have a full understanding of the ins and outs of bankruptcy. With the new bankruptcy laws that are now in place, it is important that you find a lawyer who is well versed with all of laws in place and how they may vary in your .. (Bankruptcy)

Filing Personal Bankruptcy - When You Should Consider Filing

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 Benjamin Robert Ehinger (August 14, 2008)  Are you considering filing personal bankruptcy? Do you have a lot of debts that you want to take care of? There are many options when it comes to debt consolidation, but there is always bankruptcy. Bankruptcy should be reserved as a last resort, but it can be helpful if you have no other way out. Plus if you do file bankruptcy it will only effect you temporarily and not for the rest of .. (Bankruptcy)

Personal Bankruptcy Advice - What Are Your Options?

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 Benjamin Robert Ehinger (August 14, 2008)  Are you considering filing for personal bankruptcy? Are you looking for a way out of your debts and you cannot figure out any other options other than personal bankruptcy? There are many things to consider when you have a lot of debts and it seems like you will never get out from under the debts you have. Here is some personal bankruptcy advice for you. First, you need to know your .. (Bankruptcy)

New Bankruptcy Laws - New Challenges

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 Joseph Then (August 11, 2008)  Most people have heard about the new bankruptcy laws. These new laws really changed a lot of things about filing bankruptcy. Making bankruptcy something that is more strict and less available. The whole idea of the new bankruptcy laws was to limit bankruptcy filings and help to protect both the creditor and debtor. Filing bankruptcy is not an easy solution nor is it something that a .. (Bankruptcy)

What You Must Know Before Filing For Bankruptcy

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 Jon Arnold (July 31, 2008)  Before you decide that filing for bankruptcy would be the easiest thing for you to do, you may want to do some additional thinking about this whole scenario. You must first consider whether your debts are dischargeable or not. You must decide if you want to keep all or part of your debt, costs involved, the benefits of filing bankruptcy, what kind of financial future you will have .. (Bankruptcy)

How Often Can You File Bankruptcy?

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 Joseph Then (July 30, 2008)  While you can file bankruptcy whenever you wish, there are limits that will effect whether your debts are discharged. Bankruptcy is a legal process and as such there are a lot rules involved. You can file bankruptcy as many times as you wish, but your debts can only be discharged every 8 years. If the court sees that you have filed bankruptcy in the previous 8 years then your debts .. (Bankruptcy)

Plunging Into Commercial Bankruptcy

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 Michelle Grace Tapire (July 29, 2008)  Though your business has been running for a long time, it doesn't mean that venture is not gotten off the ground, when you start to experience business debt problem, you must consider commercial bankruptcy. Commercial Bankruptcy is one of the hardest things any person who ventured into business has to do. The decision to file it is also difficult. The question of most businessmen is; is . (Bankruptcy)

IVA Settlement Tackle Your Debts on Time

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 Christian Phelps (July 25, 2008)  An IVA offers the much required breather for a troubled debtor. It allows a debtor to make a formal proposal to pay their creditors a significant percentage of your debt over a period of time with monthly repayments and after the set period of time you would be free of your debts. IVA Settlement while similar in idea to a regular IVA, is carried out much differently. This is often .. (Bankruptcy)

Should You Declare Bankruptcy Now Or Do You Have Options?

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 Jon Arnold (July 24, 2008)  When is the right time to declare bankruptcy? Many studies indicate that the time to seriously consider filing bankruptcy is a long way from the point where most people take the plunge. Since bankruptcy should really be considered only as your option of last resort, why do so many people throw in the financial towel early? There can be many reasons for this. One is the psychological .. (Bankruptcy)




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