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How Long Do Bankruptcies Stay on Your Record?
Bankruptcy can put a wrench in your financial life, but it doesn’t have to ruin your future forever. That’s because a bankruptcy can stay on your credit report for 10 years. That’s why bankruptcy should always be considered seriously before filing.

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It’s important to note that there are two common types of bankruptcy that most people should be aware of. Those two types are chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy. Here are some of the main differences:

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This type of bankruptcy is typically associated with a fresh start for individuals or couples. Typically, chapter 7 bankruptcy is used for medical bills, credit card balances, personal loans and similar types of debt. Many people filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy can keep basic possessions and some equity in a vehicle.
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This is typically reserved for high-income individuals. This type of bankruptcy works to help form a plan to repay debts over three to five years. This can be helpful for individuals swamped with an un-payable debt now. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is often used to help high wage earning individuals catch up on home or car payments without other debts getting in the way.
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