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Rob Nichols has 6 articles and online since 25.01.2012.

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Renovating a Home to Improve Property Value
Published on May 3rd 2012 | Finance
The housing bubble saw the rapid rise in the value of homes. Individuals were buying homes at a rapid rate, often qualifying for loans they couldn’t afford. When the bubble burst, it carried hundred...
 
Using Bankruptcy to Your Advantage
Published on April 23rd 2012 | Finance
If you are in the midst of financial problems, it can seem like there is no end in sight and that things are only bound to get worse, but thinking like that will not do you any favors. The best way to...
 
Places to Find a Bankruptcy Lawyer
Published on April 5th 2012 | Finance
When you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you will need a good lawyer. A lawyer will help you figure out first if bankruptcy is right for you. For some, all it takes is some financial rearran...
 
Alcohol, the Economy, and the Effect They Have on Each Other
Published on March 21st 2012 | Finance
When a bad economy begins developing, most people try to minimize their expenses as much as possible. This includes stripping out any kind of luxury that is not necessary for daily life, like vacatio...
 
Your Credit Rating and Deciding on Bankruptcy
Published on February 17th 2012 | Finance
Sometimes when problems get too difficult, you look to bankruptcy as a way out. Bankruptcy is a serious issue and will change your life for years. Although it can take the initial difficulties of havi...
 
Fiction About Bankruptcy and Its Consequences
Published on January 25th 2012 | Finance
In the tough economy, homeowners constantly worry about making payments on their house, and the threat of the bank foreclosing on a home constantly looms overhead, especially when folks start to lose ...