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The Adviser

A post-bankruptcy strategy to tackle debts

By Kenneth Hooker
Globe Staff / August 15, 2004

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How should I stabilize my financial future? I am 44 years old and my wife is 38. She declared bankruptcy a year ago under her own name; I did a bankruptcy in 1997. We were able to buy a house in May with an adjustable-rate mortgage that has a 7.99 percent interest rate as a result of our credit. I ... (Full Article: 1502 Words)

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