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Losing your job can lead to some tough financial choices

When Massachusetts residents are considering filing for bankruptcy, it often isn't because they are out of a job. It can be relatively easy to build up large amounts of credit card debt, or other types of obligations, that can lead people to seek a way out and get a fresh financial start. However, if people do become unemployed, then financial pressures can become overwhelming in a hurry.

Graduates' average student loan debt continues to climb

For many people, the idea of graduating from college seems to open up a whole host of possibilities. People pursue college degrees in order to begin a solid career path. With the realities of a recovering economy and job market, however, eager graduates may find it tough to find a job that pays adequately.

Bankruptcy could have an effect on education financing

Education is often a very valuable investment. Making the decision to attend school either as an undergraduate or graduate student takes a lot of careful thought and planning, however. One of the biggest components of deciding to go to school is financing. There are a lot of forms of student aid available, but loans are often an inevitable part of the equation. In order to receive a loan, it's typically necessary to meet credit requirements.

College coach completes Chapter 7 after creditors call foul

Football season is here. As sports fans in Massachusetts are cheering the Patriots to move the ball past the goal line, a national football figure recently completed one of his personal goals after a difficult year. John L. Smith, former college football coach for the Razorbacks, just had his Chapter 7 bankruptcy case discharged from federal court.

Chapter 7 can provide stable debt relief process amid uncertainty

Life can take any number of twists or turns. A person can make honest efforts to plan ahead in an effort to create financial stability. However, a major life event or slowly accumulating debt can cause that planning to unfold. Massachusetts residents looking for debt relief may simply not know where to turn.

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