Save on Prescription Drugs

Save on Prescription Drugs

Save on Prescription Drugs – Information on Assistance Programs When you’re facing bankruptcy, one of the things you cannot do without is your prescription medication. Struggles over the cost of drugs lead many into debt, bankruptcy or even ill-advised strategies such as splitting pills or skipping days to make medications last longer. Cancer patients filing for

Five Bankruptcy Myths Dispelled

Five Bankruptcy Myths Dispelled

Filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy isn’t pleasant or simple. It can be easy to get tangled up in the hoops you have to jump through for this debt relief option. To make the bankruptcy process a little easier to understand, here are five bankruptcy myths dispelled. Myth 1: You’ll lose everything You may

When Bankruptcy is the Best Option

When Bankruptcy is the Best Option

This is a great article on bankruptcy with a lot of great points but you never want to do anything without first discussing it with an attorney.  If you borrow money from friends and family not only do you have to include them as a creditor in the bankruptcy, you cannot repay them until after the

Rebuild Credit after Bankruptcy

Rebuild Credit after Bankruptcy

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy gives you the relief of a clean financial slate — but also the worry that you’ll never have decent credit again. You can rebuild credit after bankruptcy. If you were eligible to file Chapter 7, chances are your credit was in tatters. But that’s different from the common misconception that bankruptcy ruins

Credit Counseling for Bankruptcy

Credit Counseling for Bankruptcy

For many people, bankruptcy is the final resort after a severe struggle with debt. It’s not a decision people make lightly. Depending on whether you file for Chapter 7 (liquidation) or Chapter 13 (reorganization) bankruptcy, it can take months or years to complete the process. Your damaged credit score does begin to improve once your