My BK Now Bankruptcy Courses Developed

Nowadays, financial problems can happen to nearly anybody, even those of us who do our best to keep our  houses in order. Insolvency is rapidly becoming a huge issue for many families throughout the U.S. A few years ago, new laws made filing bankruptcy more difficult, including requirements that you get financial counseling and take courses to help you understand your finances and help you determine is bankruptcy is right for you.

Oh brother! So, here you are, broke and distraught. Now they want you to sit through some grueling and boring class on finance with a bunch of folks in the same boat.

Internet to the Rescue

The good news is that the law does not rule out taking the course on the Internet in the privacy of your own home. williamharrel.com has recently developed such a course for the folks at Money Matters, a division of DBSM, Inc.

 

New My Bankruptcy Now Courses meet government requirements for pre- and post-bankruptcy filing.
New My Bankruptcy Now Courses meet government requirements for pre- and post-bankruptcy filing.

Actually, the law requires that you take two courses, one before you file and one after you file. In order to successfully navigate the BK quagmire, you must file certificates for both courses. And the two certificates, “Bankruptcy Certification” and “Pre-Discharge Education”, must come from a government certified agency. My BK now, or MyBKNow.com, has been approved to issue both certificates.

For a complete description of the course requirements, go here:  http://www.mybknow.com/faq.php?

I have known the folks at Money Matters for over 25 years. While there are a few other online courses out there, there isn’t a nicer, more reputable organization to turn to for help during this most trying of times, bankruptcy.

You can check out My BK Now here: http://www.MyBKNow.com

William Harrel – www.williamharrel.com



 

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