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May 28, 2009

File Bankruptcy

In order to file bankruptcy debtors must follow established protocol set forth in the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. In 2005, Congress enacted new bankruptcy laws, making it much more difficult to file. Few people can undergo the process alone and will require the services of an attorney.

When people file bankruptcy they must undergo the 'means' test; a financial tool that determines how much debt must be repaid. The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act require debtors must repay a portion of debts unless they earn less than their states' median income level.

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August 02, 2008

CREOnline.com Investors Education Resource.

CREOnline.com is the brainchild of prominent real estate investors, J.P and Terry Vaughn. J.P. Vaughn possesses 20 years of real estate investing experience and is the author of "How to Buy Your Dream House for 1/2 Price." Terry Vaughn has been involved in real estate investing since the mid-70s. He has taught more than 30,000 people how to succeed in the real estate game. Terry's popular home study course, "Paper into Gold", teaches investors how to achieve guaranteed income for life buying and trading real estate notes.

Together, their pooled knowledge makes CREOneline.com one of the most highly-respected and frequently visited real estate investing websites. Creative Real Estate Online is a one-stop shop for anyone interested in learning the benefits of real estate investing. From novice to seasoned investors, CREOnline.com provides solid, up-to-date information on the ever-changing real estate market.

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July 03, 2008

Avoid Bankruptcy

People should avoid bankruptcy whenever possible. It is a life-altering experience that affects a person's credit history for years and can bankrupt emotions and self-confidence for a lifetime. Most people believe bankruptcy can wipe their financial slate clean. However, few people realize the underlying consequences and negativity associated with the bankruptcy process.

Options are available to avoid bankruptcy. One of the most efficient options is debt consolidation. Using debt consolidation to avoid bankruptcy can reduce owed debt by 40- to 60-percent and help individuals obtain a clean credit report once outstanding debts are paid in full.

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