Bills have been piling up and you have no idea how you’re going to pay them. It’s time to make a decision, should you declare bankruptcy?
Remington Outdoor Company has exited its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, just under two months after its initial filing. Remington Exits Chapter 11 According to Remington CEO Anthony Acitelli, the company has “significantly reduced its debt load and interest expense.
Extreme debt can feel overwhelming but can be made even more stressful when people are seeking to collect money from you.
Gibson Brands files for Chapter 11 The company sells more than 170,000 guitars every year in more than 80 countries.
Last year 27 large U.S. retailers filed for bankruptcy and this year is on track to be even worse. While we know that brick and mortar stores struggle to compete with online retailers like Amazon, there might just be another reason that so many companies are having to liquidate with Chapter 7.
The Arizona state board has voted to begin the process of revoking the status of Phoenix-based Charter school, Starshine Academy following allegations of bankruptcy fraud.
When you’re facing a large amount of debt, it can feel insurmountable. Should you file for bankruptcy? How does bankruptcy work?
A “tax lien” is often imposed on a property as a means of securing the payment of back-owed taxes and the IRS will issue this tax lien to ensure that it gets paid no matter what.
Firearm manufacturer, Remington Outdoor Company, has announced it will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company initially announced it would be doing so on February 12, but the actual filing was delayed after the Feb.
Claire’s jewelry has been in a fixture in malls for the past four decades. But on Monday, the retailer announced it will be filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in an attempt to shed $1.