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How financial confidence can lead to bankruptcy

Things are not looking too bad for Americans right now. The economy is performing relatively well, unemployment rates are low and there fewer delinquent credit cards than in 2009. Despite this, many Connecticut consumers might not realize just how close they are to needing bankruptcy.

Owe tens of thousands in extra debt? Bankruptcy is an option

Borrowing money may not always be ideal, but it is unavoidable for most people. Mortgages, auto loans and student loans can quickly pile on top of one another, putting consumers in a position where bankruptcy might be the best option. However, people in Connecticut are borrowing money for a lot of other reasons, too.

Negative equity can cause a financial crisis; bankrupcy can help

Buying a vehicle is a significant investment, but most people do not have any other options. Having a car is necessary for things like driving to work, going to the grocery store and even picking kids up from school. Cars do not last forever, though, and some Connecticut consumers might have to buy a new vehicle before they are ready. This can put people into precarious financial situations that may need to be addressed through bankruptcy.

Paying off student debt might be easier with bankruptcy

Getting an education is very important for young adults in Connecticut, but unfortunately that education usually comes with a very large price tag. However, while many college grads leave school with a significant chunk of debt, some have much more than others. Since student loans usually cannot be discharged through bankruptcy, some people might not consider just how helpful bankruptcy can be.

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