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A New Beginning: 5 Tips for Life After Bankruptcy
A New Beginning: 5 Tips for Life After Bankruptcy

Your bankruptcy case is complete and you’ve received a full discharge—what now? Declaring bankruptcy gives you a clean slate, but you have to approach this time with the right mindset and goals. Here are a few tips to set yourself up for success. 1. Check Your Credit Report ...

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