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Should Hostess Twinkies be Part of Your Future Savings Plan?

Hold onto your Hostess -- they could be worth lots of money someday.

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Winning a Gold Medal Doesn’t Guarantee a Golden Future: 4 Broke Olympic Gold Medalists

Olympic athletes aren't paid for competing, and only those who win medals have hopes for making a living from their sport. Even so, a gold medal doesn't mean financial success.

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Stockton to Become Largest U.S. City to File for Bankruptcy

Stockton goes under with a $26 million deficit.

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Anyone Can Succumb to Debt Problems: 8 Biggest Bankrupt Celebrities

A list of celebrities who couldn't sustain the lifestyles of the rich and famous.

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Bankruptcy & Tax Debt: What You Need to Know

Clearing the fog about tax debt and filing for bankruptcy.

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Are You Unemployed? Why Bankruptcy Might Make Your Job Search Harder

Having bad credit makes a bad impression on employers.

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Bankruptcy Fraud: Watch Out for These Mistakes When Filing for Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy fraud can land you five years in prison and a fine of $250,000.

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Repaying Personal Debts

You get three to five years.

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Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: Restructuring for Businesses

Business may benefit from Chapter 11.

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Financial Literacy Series: What is an Automatic Stay?

Most Americans love to have as much credit as possible because it makes life so much easier. Credit is a double-edged sword, however, because it can tempt to people into living beyond their means. When this happens, it’s easy to start defaulting on debt repayment plans, which may lead to declaring personal bankruptcy down the...

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Liquidating Assets to Repay Debts

Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help you start over with a clean slate...almost.

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