Bankruptcy : Business & Finance
As of May of 2009, there were over 80,000 medical transcriptionists employed in the U.S., and the career outlook is optimistic, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Medical transcriptionists are responsible for listening to recordings of doctors and other health professionals and transc
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 411,000 individuals were in the debt collection business as of 2008. This number is projected to grow to over 479,000 by 2018. Each individual as represented under this statistic is able to send a collection letter to a consumer.
Discusses stopping and delaying foreclosure in bankruptcy
In the current financial scenario, bankruptcy is a Damocles' sword that is hanging above every individual, businessperson and even the corporates. The times have changed, and these laws are becoming more difficult for the common person to understand. However, bankruptcy means paucity of money,
Have you applied for a loan or a credit card? Of course you have. However, there are huge chances that you may not be aware of the things that are added on to your loan agreements.
If you have lived in Illinois for at least six consecutive months and cannot pay your bills as agreed, you potentially qualify for a discharge of debt through the United States Bankruptcy Court. A bankruptcy discharge, rendered by an Illinois judge, partially or fully absolves you of most debts depe
The debt-to-equity ratio measures the liquidity of a company by calculating the amount of debt in relation to the stockholder equity (cash). Looking at debt to equity is a quick way to determine if the company has borrowed too much against its projected profit, which could mean that the company is i
When you owe a debt, your creditor may threaten to garnish your wages. In some cases, this threat is only an attempt to invoke fear. However, some companies follow through on the threat. To follow through, the company files a lawsuit against you. If you fail to pay off the lawsuit, the company goes
The Internet is full of get rich quick schemes and scams, and lots of people fall for them on a daily if not hourly basis. To avoid them, especially the "turn your debt into wealth" scams, you need to pay very close attention to what you may or may not be agreeing to. Once you sign on the dotted lin
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy you are not be able to avoid junior mortgages or equity lines of credit (considered to be consensual liens) on your property even if your house is underwater. Treatment of underwater liens is different in a Chapter 7 case then a Chapter 13 case. However, the good news is th
When your leave your deposit account negative your bank can impose fees, freeze the account and eventually close your account. Bank accounts that are closed with negative balances are often reported to credit agencies and show up on your credit report as unpaid debts. These accounts negatively impac
Although bankruptcy is theoretically a snapshot of your financial situation at one point in time, the things you do before you file bankruptcy can affect how your case turns out. Certain payments you make or charges you incur can work against you, to the point where the bankruptcy court could possib
One of the most common questions and concerns when it comes to filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy is that most people are worried that they are going to be labeled as deadbeats, immoral bad persons. Look, nothing could be further from the truth. The fact of the matter is that 1 in every 70 Americans or
Every American has a personal record of the debts they owe. If you want to find out which specific debts you owe, you can easily pull your own credit report for free and check it out. Credit reports detail all of your revolving credit, loan history, payment history and outstanding debt. This can be
Legal expertise and knowledge is more than needed to manage the legal and financial proceedings that are involved within IVAs. IVA specialists are the only individuals who are allowed and are capable of successfully handling an Individual Voluntary Agreement plan in your best interests.
It's bad enough that you worked hard all week and may have had to deal with annoying co-workers -- now you're having problems getting paid. Well that's simply unacceptable --- the law requires employers to pay employees for work completed. If you find yourself in this situation, take action immediat
As an experienced bankruptcy lawyer in Nashville, Tennessee, Ron Nevin says that filing for bankruptcy is about seeking relief from excessive debt, not about whether or not you have any money. Here, Nevin explains the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies and what you can expect
Government assistance is available to help you with overwhelming debt.ragged purse image by Oleg Kulakov from Fotolia.comIn tough economic times, a grant from the government to help you get out of debt would be a breath of fresh air. However, such grants, in the sense of free money,...