Debtors pay personal loan debt first. When debtors do not have enough money to pay all creditors, it is interesting to note that personal loans were paid first.
The hierarchy that debtors pay their debts was found to be as follows:
- Personal Loans
- Auto Loans
- Credit Cards
The results are clear and it is believed that the duration of time of these loans (usually less than 30 months) is a principal factor in debtor’s decision process.
Debt Repayment Prioritization
- Which bills do you pay first? Is your style the same as the study conclusions?
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Retirement Savings - Bankruptcy Protects This Savings
Many clients come to me after they have tried to catch up on debts and withdrawn from their retirement accounts to pay bills.
- It is critical to understand that bankruptcy protection extends to your retirement savings.
- This means that you should not hastily withdraw or cash out your retirement savings to pay off your debts without thoroughly assessing your overall financial situation.
- As retirement savings accounts are safeguarded in bankruptcy, they are generally untouchable by creditors.
- You can also continue contributing to your accounts while in default.
- Moreover, when you file for bankruptcy, your retirement savings will remain unaffected, and you can continue to contribute to your accounts as usual. It is highly recommended not to withdraw from your retirement savings.
Withdrawing from your retirement account should not be your first step in prioritizing paying back your debts. This could have a negative financial impact on you.
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