Returning to the Nest Because of Crushing Student Loans

Many students have been forced to turn back to their parents after problems finding employment and making payments on student loans. This isn’t a bad thing, but make sure you have a plan in place to leave home. You should also be sure you take advantage of various payment plans to avoid falling even more in the hole.

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RadioShack Filing Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

RadioShack’s decision to file Chapter 11 is troubling because it had been around so long. It’s easy to think that a longstanding business which has seen so much success wouldn’t need to file bankruptcy.

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Defaulting on Private and Federal Student Loans

Defaulting on your student loans can be devastating for your credit score, your financial situation, and your future options. Federal student loans will offer you more options before you go into default, allowing you to tailor your options and even defer payments so long as you let them know in time and follow their requirements.

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What To Do if You Are in Foreclosure

Being in foreclosure can be a frightening situation. It creates stress on you and your family, but it is a manageable process. Housing Wire predicts that there will be more foreclosures in 2015 than in 2014 due to a number of economic factors.

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Understanding Filing Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Standard business operations will continue throughout the bankruptcy process. However, nothing out of the ordinary can occur. Major expansions are also forbidden, even if they would fall within the natural course.

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Options to Avoid Losing Your Home

They have very little incentive to try to make matters easier for you. But that doesn’t mean you have no options left. The Home Affordable Refinance Program governs loan modification programs and allows for other services to step in and help you find a solution that fits within your current needs.

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