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LoginHome » Finance » Bankruptcy PersonalCategories Bankruptcy PersonalHot TagsAffiliateAffiliate ProgramsArticle MarketingBlogBloggingBusinessCookingCooking RecipesHome businessHostingInternetInternet marketingList BuildingMailing listMake MoneyMarketingOnlineOnline BusinessOnline MarketingRecipesSalesSearch Engine optimizationSmall BusinessSoftwareStorageWebWebsiteWebsite DesigningWebsite developmentWork At HomeWritingadsenseadvertisingaffiliate marketingcomputerebaygoogle adsensehealthinsurancemake money onlinemoneynetwork marketingreal estateself improvementseosuccessweb designweb designingweb hostingwebsite designBankruptcy Personal ArticlesThe filing of bankruptcy is not a recourse for corporations alone. An individual may declare bankruptcy. The laws governing bankruptcy differ from province to province, state to state, or country to country. In certain areas in Canada, for example, individuals may keep certain properties such as motor vehicles, family heirloom, dental aid, or clothing. As a general principle, when it comes to exemption of properties, any possession the debtor would need for survival may be considered exempt. The good thing about filing personal bankruptcy is that it eliminates majority, if not all, of one’s debt. The bad is that it affects one’s future prospects of obtaining credit. This section provides information about personal bankruptcy.Displaying 1-9 of 9 result(s).Tpersuasion Based Business On Your Prospect's NeedhePosted by AJAY sharma 8972. Published on Jul 23, 2009 In sales and marketing, the most basic strategy is an ability to fulfill a need. How can we use this strategy to persuade affluent clients? After all, they seemingly have no needs? Wrong. Everybody needs something. Determining what that something is and if you're able to fulfill it is the process of criteria elicitation If you stop to think about what you are consciously thinking about right now it might be the words that you're reading. Our conscious minds can hold seven (plus or minus two) bits of information at a time. the rest is stored in our other-than-conscious minds Canceling Bankruptcy – Changing Your Mind After You FilePosted by Jason Rodriguez. Published on Jul 05, 2009 Declaring personal bankruptcy is a huge decision that will have long-term ramifications for your financial life. With that in mind, you should never take this decision lightly and should only choose to file after a careful evaluation of your circumstances. But what if you have already filed and are now changing your mind about the whole thing? Can you cancel your bankruptcy? What To Do To Avoid BankruptcyPosted by Palmer Owyoung. Published on Jul 01, 2009 Bankruptcy should not be a first option. In addition to having a huge stigma attached to it, it goes on your credit record for ten years. Aside from that it has gotten much more difficult to declare bankruptcy. It should only be used as a last resort. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy ExplainedPosted by Jay Fleischman. Published on May 02, 2009 At its most basic level, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a means of filing for legal protection from creditors. Some assets, such as a car that you own outright, are exempt from being taken; other assets may be taken by a trustee and liquidated to offset your unpaid debts. At the end of the bankruptcy process, you should receive a Discharge, which frees you from the obligation of paying for your debts (except for certain non-dischargeable debts, such as Federal student loans). Buying A Car After Bankruptcy Part 2Posted by Maria Bucaro. Published on Apr 23, 2009 Buying a car after bankruptcy can be a challenge and it can be done. In Part 1 we discussed buying a car for cash. For some of you, this may not be an option. Let's take a look at some financing options. Personal Bankruptcy May Not Be The Ultimate Solution You May Think It IsPosted by Jon Arnold. Published on Jan 29, 2009 Personal bankruptcy filing is on the rise, but many of the people filing have not made informed decisions or looked at alternatives that might be available to them, such as debt consolidation or negotiating with their credit card lenders, for example. Many people may not be aware that due to changes in the bankruptcy laws, Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy or liquidation is much harder to qualify for, especially if you are still working. Fha Loans & Bankruptcy – Can I Get Approved?Posted by David Scheer. Published on Jan 06, 2009 With the rise of Bankruptcies in our nation as a result of the recent financial upheaval many are wondering if they will qualify for an FHA Home loan with a recent bankruptcy on their credit report and in county records. Others may be seeking other types of conventional financing. In either case they would like to know how a past bankruptcy will affect their ability to obtain a mortgage. The matter gets a little more complicated since a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 will bring to bear different qualifying guidelines depending on which loan program the borrower is seeking. Learn how a Bankruptcy will affect your ability to get a home loan. Should I File For Bankruptcy?Posted by Paul Sarwana. Published on Dec 24, 2008 There are many companies advertising heavily about the benefits of filing for bankruptcy. They'll be happy to tell you that all your debts will be wiped away and you won't have to pay back the mountains of debt that have been crippling you financially. Bankruptcy Code – What You Need To Know About The Bankruptcy CodePosted by Caleb Liu. Published on Dec 17, 2008 The United States Congress is responsible for designing, regulating, and modifying the bankruptcy code as outlines in the Constitution under Article 1, Section 8, Clause 4. Article 1 gives Congress the power to administer uniform Laws that are related to bankruptcy. These rules and regulations are applied to bankruptcy filings at Federal levels. Since the rules and laws vary by state these are the ones commonly applied to any bankruptcy case that is filed. Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.