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Unequal Tax Treatment Is Contributing to Rising Debt Levels for Entrepreneurs

A recent paper by Mohsen Mohaghegh of Ohio State University discusses two main trends related to U.S. entrepreneurs: the decrease in the number of entrepreneurs and the increase in their borrowing. Entrepreneurs have increased their debt holdings relative to their … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolution: Taking Control of Your Debt

Many people make New Year’s resolutions to exercise more, eat healthier, or be kinder to others. But what about resolving to address your financial situation? A lot of people facing financial stress and debt tend to sweep it under the … Continue reading

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Find ways to manage your student loans and other debt in this Career Center webinar

The elephant in every room is that more than 50 percent of Americans have a debt or credit problem. Yet almost 100 percent of them are unwilling to talk about it because we are terrified of what others may think – even … Continue reading

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How to Make a Debt Collector Cease Collection Calls and Efforts

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) and its Florida counterpart, the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act, (“FCCPA”) require a debt collector or creditor to cease all collection efforts once a consumer acts to preserve their rights.  But you have … Continue reading

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Corporate Insolvency and the Admission of a Debt under the Negotiable Instruments Act

[Siddharth Kumar is a III year BBA LLB (Hons.) student at Vivekananda School of Law and Legal Studies, New Delhi and can be reached at siddharth.k4498@gmail.com] The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (“NCLAT”) in Sudhi Sachdev v. M/s APPL  Industries … Continue reading

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