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Plan B before Bankruptcy

For the first time in history, the current generation is averaging a lower standard of living than their parents.Taxes have become an increasing burden, and a significantly smaller percentage of Americans under 45 now own their own homes. – New York Times

The bankruptcy filing rate this year will be eight times higher than during the Great Depression — with one household in every 100 going the bankruptcy route. – USA Today

Just here in our small town in the midwest my family was also felt by bankruptcy. What happens to often young people are given loans to purchase homes with a high interest rate. Soon they can’t make those high monthly mortgage payments and consequently they have to give in to the reality of the bankruptcy route.

How many of you have a plan B? It is a good idea to look into your options.

The following website may just be your answer. If not you may no somebody that it could benefit.

http://sharonleebloch14.tellmethestory.com/

Here is a link to my free ebook.

http://sharonleebloch14.myebookpage.com/

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