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Should I Try Debt Consolidation Over Bankruptcy? Good Question

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If you’re in debt, it’s important to consider all your options from debt consolidation to bankruptcy and make a choice that works best for your situation. In today’s economy, the inability to pay your bills on time is often more the rule than the exception. For some it feels like a never-ending cycle where you […]

Watch A Round Panel Discussion About The Book “Is College Worth It?”

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“Is College Worth It?” By William Bennett is an important book that about a former United States Secretary of Education and a Popular Liberal Arts graduate who expose the truths and broken promises of higher education in America. It was my opinion that this book is very instructive to anyone who reads it and I […]

Get To Know The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)

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Are you in debt and being harassed by creditors? Creditor harassment comes in many forms. Perhaps the most annoying (and therefore a very effective) form of creditor harassment is persistent calls to your home or cell phone. Large creditors and collection agencies commonly use auto dialers to place telephone calls to debtors. Once the call is answered, […]

10 Simple Mistakes You Can Make When Deciding Between Debt Settlement Companies

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There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that choosing between different debt settlement companies can be a tricky task but it must be done and with care. So I decided to put this list together for you. It’s a checklist of simple mistakes people make all the time when choosing a company to help them settle their […]

How long does a bankruptcy take?

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The chapter 7 bankruptcy petition takes 90 days, plus 10 days for the appeals period to expire for a total of 100 days until the discharge of your debts in granted by the court. The reason for the delay period is to give creditors the opportunity to object to your discharge under 11 USC, section […]