Debt

  • The Art of Do It Yourself Debt Negotiation!

    Learn how to do your own debt negotiation without the fees from many debt consolidation services. Do it yourself debt negotiation is really not hard, but does take some learning and discipline.
    By footballbob06(Josh) July 6, 2011 

  • How to Write a Debt Dispute Letter

    A debt dispute letter is required in many situations, particularly when you find incorrect information on your credit report. A formal, written dispute is the only way to resolve this matter. Find out how to properly write a debt dispute letter.
    By randalarias July 5, 2011 

  • Can I Add on Debt After I File for Bankruptcy?

    What happens if you discover another debt to claim after you have already filed for bankruptcy? How about a debt that was incurred after you filed? Can these be added to the bankruptcy? How about adding creditors after filing bankruptcy?
    By Patricia Tokar, CPA June 30, 2011 


  • What is a Collateralized Debt Obligation?

    The news has made many references to the recent problems with collateralized debt obligations. Here's an explanation of them.
    By wearmanyhats June 29, 2011 

  • 5 Ways to Go Bankrupt

    Going bankrupt is easier than you may think. No matter how prepared for any financial situation you may be, staying in control isn't always possible. Take a look at this to find 5 surefire ways to go bankrupt, and fast.
    By Lucinda Watrous June 29, 2011 

  • What Documents are Acceptable for Validation of Debt?

    There are times when you must validate the debt to which you are obligated. Here are the documents that are needed to prove the debts in your name.
    By wearmanyhats June 29, 2011 


  • What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Explained

    Chapter 13 bankruptcy, also known as "reorganization" is a plan in which a repayment structure is put into place. This repayment plan extends three to five years with specific payment amounts based on each individual's own ability to pay....
    By Finn Orfano June 29, 2011 

  • Seized Wages? Steps to Reversal

    Economic challenges often mean that people are living paycheck to paycheck. One of the worst things that can happen in these cases is opening up a pay envelope and finding that the check is a lot less than anticipated. Generally, garnishments can be reversed...
    By Finn Orfano June 11, 2011 

  • Understanding Basic Bankruptcy Laws

    Bankruptcy laws are very confusing. Consumers often wonder can individuals file chapter 11 bankruptcy? The simple answer is yes, they can but it may not be the best option for them. Filing bankruptcy is stressful but for some individuals it may be...
    By Finn Orfano June 9, 2011 

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Laws: A Guide

    Filing for bankruptcy can be a difficult decision. Job loss, overwhelming medical bills, the real estate valuation melt-down, and poor financial habits are all factors that can contribute to the need to file for bankruptcy. This article gives an overview...
    By Patricia Tokar, CPA June 3, 2011 
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