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Alternatives to Bankruptcy
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There are ways out of debt without filing for bankruptcy. Start with a spending plan.
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There are other ways to deal with bills you can't pay, but debt management is the least painful.Debt Payoff Plan Beats Bankruptcy
Debt management plans and bankruptcy keep lenders at bay, but a debt management plan is kinder to your credit score.