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September 2016 Archives

What must be completed in order to secure a Chapter 13 discharge?

Those who commit to filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy know that while their decision will help them secure a fresh start, this ultimate payoff -- the discharge from debts -- won't be realized for longer than they would perhaps prefer. That's because Chapter 13 filers are only granted a discharge after completion of their court-ordered three- to five-year repayment plan.

Can reminders about financial rules of thumb reduce credit card debt?

Research shows that American consumers are falling behind on credit card payments in far fewer numbers than in years past. At the same time, however, it also shows that the number of consumers who rely on their credit card as their default method of payment seems to be growing.

When should you consider bankruptcy as a single mom?

Disagreements about money and finances are one of the leading causes of marital conflict and ultimately divorce in the U.S. Financial issues following a divorce can be equally devastating. Newly single moms are often left as the sole financial provider for themselves and their children.

Dedicated to helping seniors through tough financial times

When a person makes the decision to retire, it can prove to be bittersweet. On the one hand, they may feel upset about leaving their co-workers or the profession that they've grown to love, while on the other hand, they may be excited about the freedom offered by retirement.

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