If your runaway debt has you thinking about legal help, take these thoughts into consideration first.
These are the best credit cards to get after a bankruptcy to fix your credit score.
Health insurance may feel like a an expense you might just decide to forego, but going without can be a far costlier move.
Debt management may not be fun, but that doesn't mean you should be embarrassed to ask these five basic questions.
A bankruptcy can sting, but it just may be the lifeline your finances need.
A bankruptcy can take a terrible toll on your credit and your financial future. But sometimes it's the only way to escape debt and start anew.
We all know the plight of Detroit, but the Motor City isn't the only American city to go BK. You might be surprised by these other bankrupt 'burgs.
If tough finances have made you miss some mortgage payments, it's time to get proactive with your lender — and your budget.
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Bad money habits are hard to break — but you can do it. It's time to ditch the excuses and fix your finances.
You know you've become a responsible adult when you start worrying about insurance. Here's what you need to protect.
While filing for bankruptcy should be an emergency measure, it's possible to file in one day if you're in urgent need of protection. Here's how.
When you're in deep debt, bankruptcy can look appealing. However, the long way out of debt is usually the best way to get — and stay — out of debt.
There's a lot to like about author David Bach's two-step approach to paying down debt.
The classic story of victory over debt is success through work and frugality. But real life is not always so positive, and that's why this book is so useful.
Every massive organization that sank in 2010 started as a small business. Pay attention to avoid making the same mistakes with your company.
There are repercussions to filing for bankruptcy, but like with other setbacks in life, you can recover. There is always hope!
Bankruptcy is the last resort to dealing with debt: when a person finds himself in so much debt that paying it off simply isn't an option, bankruptcy can be the only way to handle
When it comes to erasing debt, you've got options. You can do it yourself, go to a credit counselor, try debt settlement or go for the nuclear bomb of debt destruction: bankruptcy.
By some estimates, up to 80% of medical bills out there have mistakes on them, so it’s in your best interest to know what you’re being charged for.
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