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April 2014 Archives

Unemployment in west Mass. lower than state average

Finding a job can be a difficult challenge after a long period of unemployment in a poor job market. Financial burdens can take their toll, from personal loans to credit card debt. The burden can take both an emotional and physical toll on an individual or their family. Without financial support, one might find himself struggling to make ends meet. One option available to those with unpaid bills is filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can help relieve one's debt after losing a job.

Hundreds without a job as Mass. hospital goes bankrupt

If a business is in trouble and not financially sound, business owners might want to think about the possibility of reorganizing their assets. In Massachusetts, residents have different options for themselves and their businesses. If a business is not doing well, many owners go into personal debt to help with the burden. Both a business and an individual may file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Massachusetts' student debts causes financial challenges

When a Massachusetts resident is struggling with student loan payments, it can mean that their credit card payments will suffer as well. Being in debt is difficult, but, fortunately, there are options for individuals and families. Looking at different legal recourses for reorganizing, a person's assets can offer significant debt relief. One option to consider for Massachusetts residents is debt reorganization bankruptcy. It offers a simple way to pay off your debt with the income that a person is receiving.

How to manage your credit card debt in Massachusetts

Debt has a way of creeping up on you. With high interest rates, a significant amount of debt can feel like an overwhelming burden to any Massachusetts resident. Statewide, some people have more debt than savings. This can lead to delinquent payments and significant financial challenges. If you have a large amount of credit card debt and are struggling to make ends meet, it might be important to evaluate your financial health and take some necessary steps to being on the path to becoming debt-free.