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insolvent

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ruin

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bankrupt person

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someone who has insufficient assets to cover their debts

reduce to bankruptcy

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financially ruined

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The Insolvency Service said that such cases are rare, but it is the potential risk which is currently putting banks off offering accounts to undischarged bankrupts.
Bankruptcy must not operate as a clearinghouse for repeat bankrupts and excessive personal income tax debt.
Banks have been urged to treat people who had gone bankrupt fairly and give them access to a basic account.
BANKS were yesterday urged to treat people who had gone bankrupt fairly and give them access to a basic account.
uk, the free debt help website, is calling on UK banks to offer undischarged bankrupts basic banking facilities.
A HIGH-profile businessman at the centre of a fraud probe has been declared bankrupt.
THE proportion of pensioners going bankrupt has more than doubled during the past five years, figures showed yesterday.
Higgs & Sons' head of insolvency David Ellis said those most at risk in the region were property owners made bankrupt before April 1 2004, as well as anyone living with them in the property.
Alan Robbins, a litigation executive in the civil litigation department at Leamington solicitors Blythe Liggins, said high property values had caused the insolvency service to review thousands of cases of discharged bankrupts.
The north west has seen one of the biggest swings towards young bankrupts as the increase in bankruptcies under-30 rose nearly 110% over the past two years.
Five people are going bankrupt in the North East every day.
Two key items can help to distinguish future bankrupts from healthy businesses: 1) trends and interactions among the three cash flows and 2) stress events such as loan covenant violations and loan defaults.
THIS BOOK IS THE STORY OF THE TRAUMA faced by bankrupts in the early 1990s.
As a result, bankrupts are likely to find their NOLs largely or entirely absorbed by debt discharge income incurred during the bankruptcy proceeding.