Baby Boomers and Debt

Baby Boomers and Debt

By Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

In a research paper recently published by the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, it seems that older Americans are filing bankruptcy at increasingly higher rates. Despite the fact that Boomers’ parents lived through The Great Depression and were forced to live lives of tremendous frugality, Boomers are living longer…

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Increased Bankruptcy Risk

Increased Bankruptcy Risk

By Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

If you have experienced an interruption in your health insurance coverage, you are twice as likely to file for bankruptcy. This dire statistic was presented in a study published by the American Bankruptcy Institute earlier this summer. The study’s researchers looked at statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics of…

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Disability Definition

By Social Security Disability

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turned 29-years-old last month. Now seems like a good time to remember that disabilities affect millions of Americans in various ways, including impacts to their quality of life and ability to earn a living. The Social Security Administration (SSA) does not, however, allow everyone…

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Veterans and TBI

Veterans and TBI

By VA Disability

TBI stands for traumatic brain injury, and the term can be used to describe a variety of conditions. Mild TBI involves a concussion, whereas severe TBI often occurs in polytrauma, or two or more severe injuries resulting from the same traumatic event. Mild TBI symptoms include changes in thinking skills…

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