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  • In this chapter, you will learn to: Describe the reasons for using consumer credit and identify its benefits and problems; develop a plan to establish a strong credit history; distinguish among the different forms of open account credit; apply for, obtain, and manage open forms of credit; choose the right credit cards and recognize their advantages and disadvantages; avoid credit problems, protect yourself against credit card fraud, and understand the personal bankruptcy process.

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  • Consider these facts. The average college student graduates owing almost $20,000 in student loans. In addition, nearly 10 percent of undergraduates owe more than $7,000 in credit card debt. Young Americans aged 15-­25 filed bankruptcy at a record rate in 2000, accounting for nearly 7 percent of the nation's personal bankruptcies. Clearly, young people today need help managing their money better.

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  • An Important Message to the Readers: This free ebook provides information and general advice about the law from the knowledge and viewpoint of a bankruptcy paralegal. However, laws and procedures change frequently, and they can be interpreted differently by different people. For specific advice geared to your par- ticular financial situation, consult an expert. No book, software, or other published material is a substitute for personalized advice from a knowledgeable attorney licensed to practice law in your state. Copyright © January 2001 by Victoria Ring. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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  • This free ebook provides information from the knowledge and viewpoint of a bankruptcy paralegal. However, laws and procedures change frequently, and they can be interpreted differently by different people. For specific advice geared to your particular financial situation, consult a qualified bankruptcy attorney. No book, software, or other published material is a substitute for personalized advice from a knowledgeable attorney licensed to practice law in your state.

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  • Whether you’ve fallen behind on your bills, been sued, or even declared bankruptcy, this book can help you take simple and effective steps to repair your credit. As you read, keep in mind these four important points. You’re not alone. Economic ups and downs have affected many people. Disposable incomes are down and savings are evaporating. Millions of honest, hardworking people—the same ones who receive credit offers almost daily—are having problems paying their bills. And more than two million personal bankruptcy cases were filed in 2005....

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  • This paper considers the case for mortgage covered bonds as an alternative to the originate- to-distribute mortgage funding model. It argues that the economic incentives provided to market participants under the covered bonds model are less susceptible to moral hazard even while retaining the key benefits of securitization such as capital market funding and flexibility in risk allocation.

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  • The recent financial crisis exposed a number of weaknesses in the housing finance sector in the United States (U.S.). The resulting problems can be sourced to incentives guiding decisions in the funding and loan management chains, to incentives driving households’ repayment and default decisions under the personal bankruptcy framework, and to incentives for loan servicers and investors to choose foreclosure over loan modification.

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  • The first set of factors lower the cost of default. Default propensity is exaggerated by state laws providing for a greater amount of homestead protection or for less-than-full recourse on the defaulting borrowers by lenders. This is because they shield a greater proportion of the borrower’s wealth and income from capture by the lender post-default and, (if applicable), a subsequent bankruptcy.

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  • Finally, the individuals who are at the core of healthcare—patients—face challenges of their own. In early 2010, one out of seven U.S. citizens was uninsured or underin- sured—roughly 45 million people. 6 In addition, uninsured medical costs are the num- ber one cause of personal bankruptcy. 7 Without a doubt, healthcare is currently in a quality, safety, and cost crisis—one that exhibits symptoms at the individual, organizational, and societal level. However, we must acknowledge that this sense of crisis is not new.

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  • The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Credit cards, home equity loans, etc; laws to protect consumers; rising levels of consumer debt, concerns about rising personal bankruptcy; the transformation wrought by new information technology.

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  • This free ebook provides information and general advice about the law from the knowledge and viewpoint of a bankruptcy paralegal. However, laws and procedures change frequently, and they can be interpreted differently by different people. For specific advice geared to your particular financial situation, consult an expert. No book, software, or other published material is a substitute for personalized advice from a knowledgeable attorney licensed to practice law in your state.

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  • An Important Message to the Readers: This free ebook provides information from the knowledge and viewpoint of a bankruptcy paralegal. However, laws and procedures change frequently, and they can be interpreted differently by different people. For specific advice geared to your particular financial situation, consult a qualified bankruptcy attorney. No book, software, or other published material is a substitute for personalized advice from a knowledgeable attorney licensed to practice law in your state....

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  • to the nth degree - to the greatest degree possible, extremely We made an effort to the nth degree but we were unable to successfully complete the project. to the tune of (an amount of money) - to the amount or extent of an amount of money The damage that he did to his car was to the tune of about $2000. to the wall - into a place from which there is no escape The credit agency pushed the man to the wall and he finally had to declare bankruptcy. to whom it may concern - to the person to whom something applies I do not...

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  • Certified in Financial Forensics, a specialty credential of the AICPA. The CFF encompasses fundamental and specialized forensic accounting skills that CPA practitioners apply in a variety of service areas, including: bankruptcy and insolvency; computer forensics; economic damages; family law; fraud investigations; litigation support; stakeholder disputes and valuations. The CFF is one of four AICPA specialty credentials, the others being Personal Financial Specialist (PFS), Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) and Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP)....

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  • We found 136 such studies, which yielded 617 distinct comparisons between the two methods of prediction. These studies concerned a wide range of predictive criteria, including medical and mental health diagnosis, prognosis, treatment recommendations, and treatment outcomes; personality description; success in training or employment; adjustment to institutional life (e.g., military, prison); socially relevant behaviors such as parole violation and violence; socially relevant behaviors in the aggregate, such as bankruptcy of firms; and many other predictive criteria.

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  • The factory owner was the supreme type of that sheer individualism which had burst forth from the restraints of feudalism. He stood alone fighting his commercial contests with persistent personal doggedness. Beneath his occasional benevolence and his religious professions was a wild ardor in the checkmating or bankruptcy of his competitors. These were his enemies; he fought them with every mercantile weapon, and they him; and none gave quarter.

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