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January 2014 Archives

Consumers may be able to settle overwhelming debt in Texas

Many people find themselves with financial difficulties for one reason or another. One of the most common sources of overwhelming debt for consumers stems from amounts owed on credit cards. However, there are various options for consumers in Texas and other states to settle their debts owed to credit card companies.

City councilman files Chapter 13 bankruptcy to save home

Although politicians and government officials are often in the public eye, they also have the same type of problems that every other person encounters in life. This includes financial problems which may stem from overwhelming debt in Texas or in any other state. One city councilman is now facing this type of problem which has forced him to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Eddie Montgomery files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Even famous people may find themselves in financial trouble if they are not careful. Country western star Eddie Montgomery found himself in this type of situation recently, which forced him to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Most people in Texas will remember the singer as a part of the award-winning musical duo, Montgomery Gentry.

Consumers may face overwhelming debt after holiday shopping

Many people are glad to have the holiday season over with and are now looking towards beginning the new year. On the other hand, dealing with credit card debt accumulated during holiday shopping is how many will be starting 2014. However, there are some things which consumers in Texas can do in order to alleviate some of the overwhelming debt on their credit cards.

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