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My debt is mounting as days go by. If I don't take any action now, very soon I'll have to file bankruptcy. I heard it's very difficult to start over again after filing banckruptcy because it's always on the record.

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My debt is mounting as the days go by. If I don't take any action now, very
soon I'll have to file for bankruptcy. I heard it's very difficult to start
over again after filing for banckruptcy because it'(s always on the record) stays on your record.
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Not bankruptcy again, it is talking about 'starting again' after going bankrupt. To resume a financial life, possibly start a new business, get a new job, gt a new bank account, etc.
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Thanks,Optilang.
I thought you would strikethrough 'again' in the last sentence.
Why is it OK to say enough? It'll be the person's first bankruptcy, not second.
Why is it OK to say enough? It'll be the person's first bankruptcy, not second.
Sorry N2G, but I don't understand the question.
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 nona the brit's reply was promoted to an answer.
Sorry, Optilang for my confusing question. Anyway, I've got the answer Iwas looking for.
Thanks Optilang and Nona.