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Stoolalixsal : Bankruptcy advice U.K?
Hello i am going to apply for bankruptcy as i cannot work due to mental health illness and my bills have just got to much and we just cant cope with it.
How easy is it to go bankrupt?
How much does it cost
Will the balliffs take any of my pocessions, i live with my wife and 3 children in a councill property and i dont own a car or have any assests.
Also i know my bank accounts will be frozen, so how do i recieve money from tax credtis ect... when my bank accounts are frozen.
Any advice will be good thanks

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ziperhapsem : It really is the last resort.
You wil be trading one set of problems for another set (having spent a lot, or taken on more debt to get rid of first set!)
Get some help before you commit to something you will regret!
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unincandy : The father of the child lives in another state. He is unemployed and I have not received child support yet. Will the state of Florida cut me a check and bill it too the Non-Custodial parent.
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hiegululnenny : Sorry, but you won't get a check until THEY get a check from him.
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GokGlarlAbort : Absolutely 100% no. The state of Fla. is not responsible for anyone else's irresponsibility. Yours not using the pill or his thinking with the wrong head. So no they will have to get the money out of him. Meanwhile your the one holding the bag in this. Get his current address and turn that into the child support division. Stay behind them pushing them because they have a ton of guys like this and he will simply fall through the cracks. You will have to push this. good luck.
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Aboloplessy : 1. You receive a credit card application from Shady Banks Savings and Loan offering an introductory rate of 2.2 percent per year, compounded monthly for the first six months, increasing thereafter to 17.1 percent compounded monthly.
Assuming you transfer the $10,500 balance from your existing credit card and make no subsequent payments, how much interest will you owe at the end of the first year?
2. You’ve just joined the investment banking firm of Dewey, Cheatum, and Howe. They’ve offered you two different salary arrangements. You can have $7,800 per month for the next two years, or you can have $6,500 per month for the next two years, along with a $35,000 signing bonus today. Assume the interest rate is 6 percent compounded monthly.
If you take the first option, $7,800 per month for two years, what is the present value?
What is the present value of the second option?
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Tano576igL : What is your question? Where are you having difficulty? You can't expect someone just to do your work for you. You would learn nothing. Show your solution and you may get some help if you are wrong anywhere.

1. The problem does not make sense because credit card companies require at least a minimum monthly payment. but assuming that interest just accumulates and is added to your balance, I get $11,566.66. How does that compare with your solution?

2. One option is just slightly over $181,650; another is slightly under $176,000.
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Esonosmeansic : 1. The question is not clear.

2. Only some facts have been given.

2. But, what type of help does the Questioner expect from the Answerers?

3. Please resubmit the question in clear terms.
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Smaluemelmisy : Investment in general is kind of like gambling, especially in the stock market where invested money is not secured.
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