Month: October 2014

Things We Can’t Afford Anymore

According to a recent article swirling the internet this week, the difference in what a middle class family can afford now compared to ten years ago is a frightening thought. With a turbulent economy, a wavering job market and debt balances at all time highs, the...

Americans and Debt

According to NerdWallet Finance, the average household credit card debt as of September 2014 is over $15,000. In total, that is over $11 trillion. That figure doesn't even include student debt and mortgages. That's kind of insane, right? Maybe you have more debt, and...

Investing in a Mutual Fund

Many people struggle to pay bills on time, and it's become more and more common to consult a Louisville bankruptcy attorney because of the recession. But when you have some extra money above savings, what should you do with it? Investing is cited as a great option,...

Your Bank Account In Chapter 13

If you have decided to file for chapter 13 bankruptcy, a court-appointed trustee will review your spending habits for the 90 days prior to filing. Therefore, it is very important to keep track of every purchase you make, to avoid making a fatal mistake. Chapter 13...

How Bankruptcy Can Save Detroit

Last year, news broke of Detroit's decision to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy, making it the largest city in the United States to file in history. While Detroit still faces a long, hard road to recovering their financial state and local economy. The marked improvement...

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