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Monthly Archives: December 2011

Will Bankruptcy Cause You To Lose Rental Property That You Own?

December 31, 2011 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Most people assume that bankruptcy means giving up everything, and this assumption also includes rental property. Will bankruptcy cause you to lose rental property that you own? Not necessarily. Each bankruptcy case is different and there are a number of factors that will determine whether you can keep your property or if it must be […]

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The Banks Are Aggressively Pushing Plastic On Consumers Again

December 31, 2011 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Credit card debt is a problem in the USA, but since the recession started more and more consumers have started to move away from credit cards to other payment methods in an attempt to limit this debt. Consumers grew tired of excessive fees and skyrocketing interest rates, and money became tight for many families because […]

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2011 Gave Jobless Americans Very Little To Be Grateful For

December 31, 2011 | Posted in News

Christmas is a time for food and fun, family and friends. During this holiday season all of the blessings through the year are counted and appreciated, but for many Americans 2011 gave very few reasons to be grateful because of chronic unemployment, a struggling economy, home foreclosures, and financial difficulties. An analysis conducted by the […]

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It Is Possible To Have Less And Be Happier

December 15, 2011 | Posted in Bankruptcy

It would be untrue to say that every single bankruptcy is caused by sudden changes in life, like medical emergencies and divorces. Some of the bankruptcy cases filed every year are those which could have been prevented, but we do not judge because we understand that timing plays a role in every bankruptcy filed. You […]

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Disturbing News For Women Concerning Employment Prospects

December 12, 2011 | Posted in Bankruptcy

The economic downturn affected men and women, and both sexes saw pink slips and income losses. Since then the rebound that men have experienced is much better than that experienced by women, with women recovering only 9% in October while men are recovering at several times this percentage. This problem has continued since then. At […]

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10 Biggest Money Wasters to Avoid

December 8, 2011 | Posted in Bankruptcy

The 10 Biggest Money Wasters You Should Avoid   The spending habits of Americans seem to be thriving even the the economy continues to suffer. The combination of high unemployment numbers, a continuing housing crisis, and unsecured debt amounts that on average continue to climb has not stopped most Americans from spending roughly 15% of […]

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What you can do to avoid “Double Dip’s Problem”

December 8, 2011 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Did The Double Dip Threat Do In Dippin Dots? What About Your Finances?   The top news in 2011 was full of double dip recession talk. This occurs when a recession ends and there is a short period of recovery for the economy, but this recovery is quickly followed by another recession that drags down […]

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