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Should I Declare Business Bankruptcy or Just Try to Pay Off the Remaining Debt Personally?

Starting up a business is a risk. Sometimes business is good, and sometimes it’s slow. Then there are the times when there’s no profit at all. If you’ve been left with a business with debts close to or equal to its assets, you might be having difficulty deciding if bankruptcy is the best option. It …

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How to Reestablish Credit with No Disposable Income

There are those who talk about the increased strictures that been put in place on credit in today’s market, but even after it became a lot “harder” to get credit…it’s still pretty easy. There are always companies willing to offer credit opportunities, even to those with little to no income. They’ll offer credit based on …

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Bankruptcy and Credit Counseling: The Worst Case Scenario

Sometimes it is comforting to approach a situation knowing the worst-case scenario. When discussing bankruptcy and credit counseling options, the first step towards understanding the worst-case scenario is to consider both the advantages and disadvantages. If you’ve already taken the time to run through some of the many articles available to you, both online and at …

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Preparing for Bankruptcy: Voluntarily Closing Credit Accounts

If you feel you are considering preparing for bankruptcy, you should read testimonials submitted by other bankruptcy petitioners. You should also read material regarding the process of bankruptcy. You should know who the bankruptcy trustee is and what their job is in relation to your bankruptcy case. You should know all of your creditors, inside and …

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Rebuilding Credit: Beware Certain Types of Credit Cards

Post-bankruptcy the main concern is rebuilding credit that was unavoidably affected by your bankruptcy. When you file, the bankruptcy is a public record and will be listed as such on your credit reports from all of the major credit reporting companies. It stays on the report for years and there’s nothing that can be done …

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Bankruptcy Eligibility: Do I Make Too Much Money?

If you are worried about whether or not you make too much money to file for bankruptcy, you should make an appointment to discuss it in detail with an experienced California bankruptcy attorney. There are some guidelines that you can consider in order to get an idea of whether or not your situation would qualify, …

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The 4th Step in Becoming Debt Free in 2015: Your Time on Stage

Once your bankruptcy case is filed, you’ll be surprised how quickly and smoothly the process moves along. Remember that millions have filed bankruptcy before you and the process has been fine tuned into a streamlined process. Tens of thousands of bankruptcy cases are handled per month in each state across the nation. I approach bankruptcy …

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The First Step in Becoming Debt Free is to Find a Bankruptcy Lawyer

Far too many New Year’s resolutions are related to improving the financial situation. If you find yourself making the same resolution to get out of debt year after year with little to no change in your total amount of debt, it’s time to approach it more practically. The first step in becoming debt free is …

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