Many companies start out with the funds that should cover startup costs. However, that isn't always the case, and even good intentions and the best planning can lead to Chapter 7 bankruptcy. It's wise to consider
After dire predictions that new foreclosures would be on the rise and home prices would plummet following the resolution of delinquent homeowners' court cases, the National Association of Realtors now reports that foreclosures rates are
Mounting debt is a serious concern for many people. Interest and late fees keep adding up, leading some people to consider Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Our readers in Jackson, Mississippi, may be interested in this developing story
The many types of credit available to Americans may cause some people to spend beyond their limits. Credit card debt is a very real concern for many families, and working to reduce debts require a firm grasp
The difficult economic situation facing many homeowners today causes many to feel that they are without hope or assistance. There are options for stalling a foreclosure until an agreement can be reached, however. Understanding the many factors
Bankruptcy can allow a distressed consumer to create a fresh start and put an end to creditor harassment. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy can become contentious, however, when the liquidation process begins and the court decides
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