Bankruptcy

A failed business, overwhelming medical expenses or even a sour real estate investment can serve as grounds for filing bankruptcy. If you think this is the right choice for your situation, you can find the resources and information you need to make educated and smart decisions about your financial well-being and bankruptcy options at GOBankingRates.

The site’s expert contributors have unveiled the often undisclosed bankruptcy trends in the general population. Celebrities, athletes, business owners, CEOs — bankruptcy and debt can be found everywhere and in every economic class.

GOBankingRates’ articles can provide you with helpful information that explains the bankruptcy process. You can learn about the various types, or chapters, of bankruptcy, how to rebuild credit after bankruptcy and how to establish healthy financial habits to prevent future insurmountable debts.

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Why Bankruptcy Could Keep You Unemployed Forever

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How I Went From Businessman to Bankrupt and Back Again

See how this couple got out of bankruptcy on a cash-only budget.

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Why Bankruptcy Isn’t a “Get Out of Debt Free” Card

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

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Stockton goes under with a $26 million deficit.

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Anyone Can Succumb to Debt Problems: 7 Biggest Bankrupt Celebrities

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

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