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Rich dad or poor dad? Company of bestselling author bankrupt

In the 1990s Robert Kiyosaki wrote the book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad." The book, which gave personal financing tips, put the author on the New York Times Best Seller list. He also went on to write other books regarding finances, including "Midas Touch" and "Retire Young, Retire Rich."

Out of work? Debt relief options may be available

In our current economy, we all know it can be rather hard trying to find a new job. Unemployment rates are high and many companies are in the position of cutting back instead of adding new jobs. This in turn has led to many falling behind on bills and many others losing their homes to foreclosure.

Developer of Palm Beach mansion files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

In 2007, more than a year before the real estate market was rocked by the recession, an island developer corporation set to work building a Palm Beach mansion. Now, five years later, the 27,000 square foot home on 2.5 acres of lakefront property sits vacant. The limited liability company, which is controlled by the developer corporation, recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Employees lose job with furniture company bankruptcy

With the current economy we tend to focus on the companies that have had to file for bankruptcy due to financial struggles. Of course this is hard for the owners, many times having to shut down a business they had run for years and years. But, along those same lines it's also important to keep in mind that there are the people who have worked at these businesses. Often, after the business bankruptcy they find themselves trying to find a new job, which -- again due to the economy -- isn't always easy.

Business files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to restructure

In many cases, when liabilities become more than assets it is a good time for a business to look into what debt relief options may be available. In some cases this leads to the complete liquidation of a business, but in others it can mean the time to reorganize and build up a foundation for a stronger financial future.

Decrease in wine sales leads to Chapter 11 bankruptcy for winery

With the recession of 2008 there was a sharp decrease in fine wine sales. This economic slump combined with a weak grape harvest the following year has led to a limited supply of wine that is actually available for sale. In turn, this had led some wineries into the kind of financial hardships that a business bankruptcy aims to cure.

National breast cancer nonprofit files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Financial challenges can hit any business or organization, even those nonprofits working to provide education and support to others. However, just like any other business, decisions made years earlier in how to run an organization can end up coming back and really financially hurting the livelihood of a group.

Bankruptcy filings down in Orlando, but times still tough

Several years ago the economy took a turn for the worst and the U.S. was declared as being in a recession. This led to a number of Florida residents struggling to keep up with credit card and mortgage payments. Thousands of people -- who were normally very responsible with their money -- ended up filing for bankruptcy.

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