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Monthly Archives: November 2014

How to Recover After Bankruptcy

November 26, 2014 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Have you finally erased your debt and put Ohio bankruptcy in the rearview mirror? Congratulations! However, your journey to financial freedom and independence doesn’t stop here. Your recovery has only just begun, and you need to understand what to do next. While Craig Watters, public affairs manager for Fair Isaac Corp. says, “It’s the single […]

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Avoid Overspending at the Grocery Store

November 24, 2014 | Posted in Money Management

Just in time for Thanksgiving, we explore a little known, but very much wide-spread problem. Overspending at the grocery store. Outside of major expenses like buying a house, car, engagement ring, or other investment, there are few places where you will spend more money than at the supermarket. Unfortunately, grocery stores are filled with enticing […]

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Consequences of False Bankruptcy

November 20, 2014 | Posted in Bankruptcy

When entrepreneurs strive to create new businesses or businessmen and women make investment decisions, they are always sure of a fallback plan for when things go wrong. Though it should be kept as a last resort, bankruptcy can help people who have fallen into financial holes and have no way of getting out. By dissolving […]

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Wrapping up the Financial Year

November 18, 2014 | Posted in Money Management

The year is quickly drawing to a close. A few more holidays, and we shall arrive in 2015. Are you prepared for the new year? More to the point – are your finances in order? It’s always best to go into a new year with a good idea of your finances and how much you […]

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Student Loan Servicers Asked to Be More Flexible

November 13, 2014 | Posted in Student loans

According to a recent article from the Wall Street Journal, Deputy Treasury Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin says companies handling student loan payments need to do more to help borrowers. Raskin referred to “poor servicing tactics,” including firms not providing enough flexibility to borrowers in case of financial trouble, as well as charging extra late fees […]

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Do I Have to Be Broke to File for Bankruptcy?

November 11, 2014 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

If you’re struggling with your financial situation and need a fresh start, filing for bankruptcy may be a tenable option. As it turns out, you don’t need to be completely broke or behind on all your bills to file – and you don’t have to dig into your 401(K). Behind Finance In fact, many bankruptcy […]

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How Does Bankruptcy Work?

November 6, 2014 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy has been a popular topic in recent news, in part because of the city of Stockton, California. A bankruptcy judge has recently approved the city’s plan to pay back creditors a portion of what they owe while still paying the same pensions for government workers. This choice has been widely discussed, and is the […]

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Financial Improvements on the Horizon?

November 4, 2014 | Posted in News

For a long time, our country’s economy has been struggling. We’ve had to deal with increased gas prices, increased student loans, a struggling stock market, a bouncing housing market, and high unemployment rates. Currently, some welcome potential financial changes have appeared on the horizon, such as the following: Lower gas prices. For the first time […]

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