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September 2013 Archives

Tennessee rapper gets fresh financial start after bankruptcy

In general, consumers struggling with financial challenges can choose to file either Chapter 13 bankruptcy or Chapter 7 bankruptcy. While both form of bankruptcy have pros and cons, Chapter 7 is by far the most popular form of bankruptcy protection in the U.S. One reason is that Chapter 7 allows debtors to get rid of the majority of what they owe creditors and establish the fresh start they need with relative ease.

Avoiding unscrupulous credit card debt relief promotions

Most Tennessee consumers have at least one credit card in their back pocket. Unfortunately, credit card debt and interest can quickly build up and become a constant source of stress and anxiety. When credit card bills do get out of hand, consumers often find themselves as the targets of unscrupulous debt relief schemes. Tennessee readers may find the following article interesting.

Two million U.S. citizens live in medical bankruptcy

According to a number of studies there are nearly 2 million individuals in the United State living in medical bankruptcy. Furthermore, nearly one in five American adults has trouble affording medical care. While the entire system is unlikely to get fixed over night, there are things that consumers can do make things a little better for themselves. There is hope for Tennessee readers besieged with medical debt.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy and the homestead exemption

Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides most bankruptcy clients with a clear and relatively painless path to getting a fresh financial start. While Chapter 7 is the most common form of bankruptcy, its nickname "liquidation bankruptcy" can scare some prospective clients. Tennessee readers considering filing for bankruptcy, but concerned about the effect filing will have on the rest of their financial well being should continue reading.

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