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Different Options for Debt Relief – Finding the Right Solution

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Imagine you were sick. Really sick. Sick enough to go to a doctor or even a hospital. Perhaps you even looked up your symptoms on the Internet, visited WebMD, did a ton of internet research and were convinced that you needed a professional to help you get better – or things could get much, much worse. You have a big ... Read More »

    My Business Failed and I’m a Disabled Veteran

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    Question: Dear Steve, We bought an existing business – a gym- with an SBA loan. Even though we grew the membership from 80 to 430 within 2 years, the overhead and servicing the loans were crushing us. Enter the $10 per month gym chains and we had no other option than to sell the gym for a fraction of what ... Read More »

      I Thought My Art Institute Student Loans Were Eliminated in My Bankruptcy? – Stephanie

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      Question: Dear Steve, I went to the Art Institute of California for video production. I graduated in December of 2009. Due to life I had not been able to pay my loans. The went from being 54,000 when I graduated to over a 120,000 last year. Most of the loans were private and I got them discharged in bankruptcy at ... Read More »

        What You Need to Know About Collectors Chasing You in The UK for UAE Debt

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        When you move outside of your native country you are said to be an expatriate of the country you are moving from. Many UK citizens move to various places around the world, some for work, some just to escape our weather. And one of the places many Brits move off to is the UAE. And we are not alone, as ... Read More »

          Removing an Outdated Bankruptcy from a Credit Report: Jorge’s Story

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          Jul 16 2015 By Ashley Gordon Have you ever found an error on your credit report? These errors can negatively affect loan applications, how much you can borrow, hiring decisions and more. In Jorge’s case, he had lost an apartment because of a bankruptcy, which can stay on credit reports for up to ten years. Ten years had passed since ... Read More »

            The Moral Hypocrisy of Avoiding Bankruptcy. It’s Good Enough for Your Church.

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            Having lived through bankruptcy myself I find it very interesting to observe the camps of bankruptcy lovers and haters. Admittedly I was once in the avoid bankruptcy camp because I just wasn’t well prepared for the experience and didn’t have the right frame of mind. But recent news of the Catholic church filing bankruptcy yet again to deal with claims ... Read More »

              Shouldn’t Key Bank Have Backed Off During My Bankruptcy?

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              “Dear Steve, I graduated college in August 2010 and filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy in September of 2010 to get rid of some credit card debt I had. Under the bankruptcy I was told by my lawyer that my student loans would go into the automatic stay and be protected there until the discharge of my other debts was granted. This ... Read More »

                My Boyfriend is Scared of the IRS. – Journey

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                “Dear Steve, My boyfriend has the IRS after him from a 2009 audit that went into noncollectable status in 2010. Recently, we have had a knock on the door and a note left from the IRS with impending doom. My girlfriend said that adding a second person on the bank accounts will prevent any bank swipes from the government because ... Read More »

                  When Bankruptcy Feels “Wrong”

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                  By Paula Langguth Ryan When it comes to your debts, are you stressing yourself out financially or creating financial hardship for yourself or a loved one? Has anyone suggested you consider bankruptcy? Do you get queasy even considering the idea? I want you to pay attention to where any feelings of “it just feels wrong inside” to not pay your ... Read More »

                    Bankruptcy is the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

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                    During my first job interview after my bankruptcy, the interviewer asked me what I was “most proud of in my life.” Without hesitating, I stated “declaring bankruptcy!” His quizzical look invited me to explain. And I’ll share what I told him, in just a minute. First though, here’s a Pop Quiz for you: Was going bankrupt the worst thing or ... Read More »

                      I’m Disabled, Filed Bankruptcy, But Still Owe on Student Loans

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                      “Dear Steve, I was hit by a drunk driver, suffering several acute compression fractures in my neck and back, ribs, discs, etc…and was wheel chair bound. Fortunately, I recovered well, and am more functional than any of treating physicians expected. I was attending the University of Davis, California at the time ( 1991 ) when accident happened. When I was ... Read More »

                        I Died Last Year. Should I Go Bankrupt? – Gary

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                        “Dear Steve, I am broke had a heart attack last year and died for 4 to 6 minutes. I borrowed 55,000 from the bank for a business which is not about anymore. My wife did not sign on the loan at the bank either. She has a business now and helps me live by giving me a 50.00 per week ... Read More »

                          Disappointing Debt Relief Mailer Leads to Debt Defense Services

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                          A new debt relief mailer, which you will see below, poses as an official document but in fact leads to a potential sale for Debt Defense Services according to the tipster (send in your tips here). What do you think, is the mailer deceptive or perfectly fine from your point of view? Add your comment below. An amazing reader CLK ... Read More »

                            Everything You Always Wanted and Needed to Know About Bankruptcy

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                            Below is my growing list of bankruptcy resources and links. If there is something that’s not addressed in one of those articles, guides, then feel free to ask me your question. Bankruptcy Articles and Posts You Must Read Click Here to Find a Bankruptcy Attorney in Your Area To get ready to read the information below with the right frame ... Read More »

                              I Suggest Bankruptcy Too Often, So Say Some

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                              I really do read all the comments, all the Twitter messages you send me and appreciate the feedback. Over time a common statement I get is about my recommendations is that people think I suggest bankruptcy too often. For more information on this topic, please see all the links in my free guide about how to deal with debt. So ... Read More »

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