May 26, 2006, Newsletter Issue #17: Debt Consolidation as a Personal Bankruptcy Alternative

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Many people choose to file bankruptcy because they feel that they owe too much money to too many people. This alone should never be the reason for filing for bankruptcy. With the low interest rates on the market today, debt consolidation has become a great personal bankruptcy alternative. Here is a quick breakdown of how consolidation may help you avoid filing for bankruptcy.

Most in this situation have had problems making payments to their current creditors. This is understandable for someone who has to meet several monthly payments at differing interest rates. However, if you choose consolidation as a personal bankruptcy alternative, you can move those several payments into a single, more manageable payment. It is far easier to manage your money when you know exactly what your one payment will be each month.

There are many lenders who are specializing in debt consolidation as a personal bankruptcy alternative. When you file for bankruptcy, everyone loses, in a sense. When lenders help you consolidate, your creditors get paid, you keep your credit worthiness for the future, and the new lender keeps everyone happy.

Before you choose to file for personal bankruptcy, consult with a lending specialist who can show you how consolidation may help your case. If it does, then you will find that it was worth the effort.

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