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September 2016 Archives

Does filing for bankruptcy mean you can't ever buy a home again?

While it may be difficult to believe, it's almost been a decade since the downturn in the housing market. Things are looking much different than they did when the recession was at its lowest point. Homeownership is something that many people can finally become part of again.

Credit card debt and medical debt can lead to bankruptcy

The holiday season is coming up, and that means that many families will cram into their local shopping centers and malls to buy their loved ones gifts. After many of these purchases, the customer will end up swiping a credit card through the card reader, and in doing so racking up some serious debt that they will have to deal with in the coming months.

What happens after your bankruptcy is complete?

"Bankruptcy." The word alone may send shivers down your spine. No one wants to go through bankruptcy, but sometimes, it is essential to a person's livelihood and well-being. But why does bankruptcy make people cringe? Why does the thought of declaring bankruptcy immediately make people fear what their life will be like after the bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13: the differences in these bankruptcies

There are many people out there who may be confused by the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The first thing to realize about both of these bankruptcies is that they can both be very useful to people who are looking to reorganize their finances and get to a healthier place in terms of their finances.