Books

  • Jeff Michael: Repair Your Credit and Knock Out Your Debt

    Jeff Michael: Repair Your Credit and Knock Out Your Debt
    I highly recommend this book because I wrote it.

  • Edie Milligan: Tips from the Top: Targeted Advice from America's Top Money Minds

    Edie Milligan: Tips from the Top: Targeted Advice from America's Top Money Minds
    I have about a dozen entries in this book.


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Jeff:
Didn't know you were blogging on this stuff. If you want a good story to follow--try this. The UST program is self-funding, at least it is supposed to be. Where does the money come from? Yep, filing fees paid by those seeking BK protection. Now the USTs, offices and staffs are sweating bullets. Their revenue is way down--presently filings are running about 27 percent of traditional rates, and they don't expect them to return to pre-BK legislation until early 2007 at the earliest.

So, what are the Trustees to do for revenue? They may have to cut their staffs. Boo-hoo.

Best

Paul

Hey Paul!
A lot of people don't seem to understand that less bankruptcy is a good thing. It's a perverse side effect of the anti-BAPCPA hysteria.

I'm with you; if we as a country need fewer bankruptcy trustees, that's a good thing.

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