Options for Paying for College: Loans and Grants to Consider

Paying for college is stressful in any situation, but with economic hard times facing many people, it becomes even more important to look for options that can help you to get your college student through school, or help you to pay for your own schooling costs. Keep in mind, the competition for resources to pay … Continue reading Options for Paying for College: Loans and Grants to Consider

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Business Credit: Your Best Asset Is Your Good Standing as a Creditor

Many companies do not realize the value of the “good credit” stamp until the stamp of “slow pay’ or “poor credit” is affixed to their business name. Your credit rating will affect everything from the discount you qualify for on credit purchases, to the amount of credit you may be extended by the bank. Most … Continue reading Business Credit: Your Best Asset Is Your Good Standing as a Creditor

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The Pros & Cons of Making Yourself Bankrupt — Chapter 7

To many, chapter 7 bankruptcy – liquidation – proceedings are the most punitive form of debt management/repayment. While it many not be too difficult to understand why some creditors might wish to opt for this process, why would a debtor want to undergo this process? The following is a list of 5 pros and 5 … Continue reading The Pros & Cons of Making Yourself Bankrupt — Chapter 7

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Knowing your Debt Relief Options in Law

With one out of every seven households in the US today either in the process of bankruptcy proceedings or having just completed bankruptcy proceedings, it has become vital that anyone who is currently experiencing debt management problems understands exactly what their debt relief options are. Here we discuss debt relief, law, and your available options. … Continue reading Knowing your Debt Relief Options in Law

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Information about the 2005 Bankruptcy Laws

Over the decades Americans have become accustomed to finding debt relief in the form of bankruptcy. Each year, one out of every seventy-five households in the United States files bankruptcy. In 2005, President George W. Bush signed the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act; changing the laws that allow for debt relief of many … Continue reading Information about the 2005 Bankruptcy Laws

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The Problem of Unpaid Student Loans

Most governments recognize the importance of post-secondary education, not only for the students who work so hard to graduate from college or university, but also for the welfare of the country itself. An educated population is a valuable asset for any nation, as it ensures growth, prosperity, and stability. It is for this reason that … Continue reading The Problem of Unpaid Student Loans

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