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The reality of student loan debt in america

Loan debt has become the new normal for millions of students across the nation. Struggling to keep up with monthly rent payments, bills and basic necessities, countless young Floridians have become a point of concern among lawmakers and economic experts. While some graduates are able to financially recover after graduation, others are met with challenges for years to come. Will the state of student loan debt see change in the near future? 

Is medical debt still the main cause of personal banruptcy?

Medical debt is hardly an isolated issue in America. After all, millions who required various procedures and treatment now experience a different, financial type of suffering. The debt caused by medical bills affects countless Floridians, but will this trend ever come to a close? Some experts claim that this issue is hardly at its end, while others see the light at the end of the tunnel.

The complex issue of medical debt

Medical debt has moved to the forefront of national concern in recent years. Although it appears to be on the slight decline, it sends countless Americans into financial crises year after year. Personal bankruptcy has been the answer for many Floridians, but what seem to be the causes of medical debt overall? 

The struggle of student loan debt

Nearly every college student in America has likely heard of looming student loan trouble. Like a fairy tale that warns children of the deep, dark forest of dangers, the mountain of debt that countless students have ahead of them can seem a projected adulthood nightmare. The reality of education in today's society, unfortunately, can come with a steep price tag -- one that some graduates carry on their shoulders for decades, and one that dissuades others from seeking a college degree altogether. For Florida students, is there an answer to this debacle?

What is the Chapter 7 means test?

Like many in Hernando County, you may want to try and avoid having to file for bankruptcy at all costs. Yet in certain situations, seeking such protection might give you the best chance to rebound from whatever financial hardships have placed you in this precarious position. The question then becomes which bankruptcy case is best for you: Chapter 7 or Chapter 13? 

Wage earners vs liquidation bankruptcy plans

Florida residents who are facing yet another holiday season wondering not only how they will buy gifts for loved ones but pay basic bills and living expenses are not alone. Even with a relatively strong domestic economy, many people continue to experience serious financial troubles. Bankruptcy may well offer these consumers the best solution to their problems and give them the chance at a truly fresh financial start.

Shifts in american employment

To an overwhelming number of Americans, losing a job means more than getting down in the dumps. It could mean prolonged windows of financial stress, which could ultimately lead to bankruptcy. Job loss is one of the most common reasons why Floridians file for bankruptcy. There are many factors that lead up to unemployment, but current trends show that a significant number of professionals of various industries struggle with the issue. Could current issues in America play a part in this problem?

Not all debts are forgiven with Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Many Florida residents may have struggled to make a comeback from the depression. notes that debt is a common problem, even for those who have been fortunate enough to maintain their careers. Since 2003, income growth has not kept up with the cost of living. For example, although the median household makes 28 percent more now, the cost of food has gone up 36 percent.

Trends for millennials when it comes to types of debt

What types of debt a person has can matter a great deal. For one, it can have major implications when a person has trouble keeping up with their debt. This is because different types of debt can raise different kinds of issues when it comes to pursuing debt relief options. For example, the exact nature of a given type of debt can have impacts on how it would be treated in bankruptcy and on what implications this would have for a person who is pursuing bankruptcy. Bankruptcy lawyers can advise individuals considering bankruptcy on what the types of debt they have mean for what kind relief they might be able to receive through the bankruptcy process.

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