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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Author : Stephen Elias
ISBN : 1413310699
Genre : Business & Economics
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Answers questions about bankruptcy that range from how to face the reality of being in debt and possible alternatives to filing procedures and strategies for rebuilding credit after the process is complete.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Author : Robin Leonard
ISBN : 9780873379694
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 75. 46 MB
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Describes the process of Chapter 13 bankruptcy, covering such topics as calculating debts and income, creating a repayment plan, completing bankruptcy forms, and filing forms in court.

The Foreclosure Survival Guide

Author : Stephen Elias
ISBN : 9781413321845
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 32. 29 MB
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"If you're one of the millions of Americans in danger of losing your house, The Foreclosure Survival Guide provides the practical information you need, "--Amazon.com.

The New Bankruptcy

Author : Stephen Elias
ISBN : 9781413321487
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 68. 13 MB
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With high unemployment and underemployment and unprecedented levels of credit card and medical debt, many Americans are wondering if bankruptcy is a solution to their financial troubles. With this comprehensive guide, you can figure out if Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy will work for you or if you d benefit from nonbankruptcy alternatives."

Personal Bankruptcy Laws For Dummies

Author : James P. Caher
ISBN : 9781118052808
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 45. 81 MB
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With tips on understanding -- and surviving -- the new bankruptcy laws If you're considering bankruptcy, you need straightforward answers and reliable advice. This handy guide covers it all -- so you can get your finances in line and your life back on track. This updated new edition covers everything you need to know about the new bankruptcy law and includes even better resources. Don't get desperate -- get out of debt instead! Discover how to * Weigh the consequences of bankruptcy * Manage your spending * Find professional help you can trust * Decide on the right type of bankruptcy * Pass the means test * Keep more of your stuff

How To File For Bankruptcy

Author : Stephen Elias
ISBN : IND:30000047092790
Genre : Bankruptcy
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Every year over one million people file for bankruptcy. This revised edition provides a complete overview of the process and clearly outlines which debts can and cannot be eliminated in bankruptcy, what property debtors risk losing, how to protect assets, and how to rebuild credit. Illustrations.

The Commanding Heights

Author : Daniel Yergin
ISBN : 9780743229630
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Commanding Heights is about the most powerful political and economic force in the world today -- the epic struggle between government and the marketplace that has, over the last twenty years, turned the world upside down and dramatically transformed our lives. Now, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Prize joins with a leading expert on the new marketplace to explain the revolution in ideas that is reshaping the modern world. Written with the same sweeping narrative power that made The Prize an enormous success, The Commanding Heights provides the historical perspective, the global vision, and the insight to help us understand the tumult of the past half century. Trillions of dollars in assets and fundamental political power are changing hands as free markets wrest control from government of the "commanding heights" -- the dominant businesses and industries of the world economy. Daniel Yergin and Joseph Stanislaw demonstrate that words like "privatization" and "deregulation" are inadequate to describe the enormous upheaval that is unfolding before our eyes. Along with the creation of vast new wealth, the map of the global economy is being redrawn. Indeed, the very structure of society is changing. New markets and new opportunities have brought great new risks as well. How has all this come about? Who are the major figures behind it? How does it affect our lives? The collapse of the Soviet Union, the awesome rise of China, the awakening of India, economic revival in Latin America, the march toward the European Union -- all are a part of this political and economic revolution. Fiscal realities and financial markets are relentlessly propelling deregulation; achieving a new balance between government and marketplace will be the major political challenge in the coming years. Looking back, the authors describe how the old balance was overturned, and by whom. Looking forward, they explore these questions: Will the new balance prevail? Or does the free market contain the seeds of its own destruction? Will there be a backlash against any excesses of the free market? And finally, The Commanding Heights illuminates the five tests by which the success or failure of all these changes can be measured, and defines the key issues as we enter the twenty-first century. The Commanding Heights captures this revolution in ideas in riveting accounts of the history and the politics of the postwar years and compelling tales of the astute politicians, brilliant thinkers, and tenacious businessmen who brought these changes about. Margaret Thatcher, Donald Reagan, Deng Xiaoping, and Bill Clinton share the stage with the "Minister of Thought" Keith Joseph, the broommaker's son Domingo Cavallo, and Friedrich von Hayek, the Austrian economist who was determined to win the twenty-year "battle of ideas." It is a complex and wide-ranging story, and the authors tell it brilliantly, with a deep understanding of human character, making critically important ideas lucid and accessible. Written with unique access to many of the key players, The Commanding Heights, like no other book, brings us an understanding of the last half of the twentieth century -- and sheds a powerful light on what lies ahead in the twenty-first century.

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