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Indiana Bankruptcy Blog


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Build Credit

5 Ways to Build Credit Building credit opens up a whole new world of options and savings that can be ...
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Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney John Bymaster explains how to spring clean your finances.

Spring Clean Your Finances

What does it mean to spring clean your finances?  Spring cleaning occurs every year.   Some people clean up their yards.   ...
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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment Too High

Chapter 13 Plan Payment Too High?

Is your Chapter 13 plan payment too high in your bankruptcy case?  You can sometimes have your bankruptcy trustee agree ...
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Bankruptcy Service of Process

Service of Process to Bankruptcy Creditors

If I file Bankruptcy, Will I Need to Provide Service of Process to All My Creditors? If you file for ...
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Use Your Tax Refund Wisely

Using Your Tax Refund Wisely

Using Your Tax Refund Wisely:  Bankruptcy Can Reduce your Monthly Debt Burdens At this time of year, many families receive ...
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Financial Action Plan

Financial Action Plan, Game Time!

FINANCIAL COURSE #7 The final step to a complete financial overhaul is the Action Plan.   The action plan is where ...
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Financial Overhaul - Do the Opposite of Everyone Else

Financial Overhaul: Course 6

Do The Opposite of Everyone Else Another step to your successful financial overhaul is also very simple: almost always do ...
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Financial Education Course 5 - Never take the easy way

Never Take the “Easy” Way – Course #5

Why does everyone take the easy way in life?  It’s simple - it’s easy!   It is much easier to do ...
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Time for Change

FINANCIAL EDUCATION: Get Dynamic! Get Serious!

Sometimes you have to get dynamic to achieve anything worthwhile in life. You have to be serious about achieving your ...
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Income Up Expenses Down

Income Up! Expenses Down!

Financial Education Course #3 One fundamental concept to financial success is simple: increase income and decrease expenses. Although this concept ...
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