A Wisconsin motorcycle company is shutting down yet again. The company, Erik Buell Racing, is headquartered in East Troy and is shutting its doors for a second time. The company went through a bankruptcy restructuring back in 2015.
Debt does not discriminate. Whether your income is $25,000 or $125,000, you may still find yourself struggling to make ends meet. People whose income exceeds $100,000 often worry that they will not be eligible to file for bankruptcy. The good news is there are options. Understanding how bankruptcy works and what alternatives are available is the first step.
It's a new year. What are you going to change? What are excited about? How about getting your financial house in order? If you have been wrestling with debt, now is the perfect time to take care of it. Find out why.
For debtors in Wisconsin, the options for debt relief are many. You could choose a commercial debt relief company or debt consolidator. These programs often appear with slick advertising, making it seem like they can perform some special "magic" that will make your debt go away. You should be very cautious when considering such services, as they often cost you up front and fail to deliver on their promises.
For people in Wisconsin and everywhere, debt is a scary, nerve-wrecking experience. You're angry at the collectors who are bringing chaos into your world. Sleepless nights have made your irritable. Your imagination paints bleak pictures of a hopeless future. Worst of all, you're down in the dumps because you believe your family and friends may see you as a failure.
Read this article from today's Journal Sentinel to see how payday lenders get around the very laws designed to regulate them.