December 2014 Archives

Caesars intends to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

It has been a tough year for the gambling industry. Many of the largest casinos in New Jersey,and others across the country, have been struggling to keep their doors open. With many people having less discretionary income, it has been increasingly difficult for many casinos to stay in operation due to the lack of revenue. It was recently announced that Caesars Entertainment Corp. is planning to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in order to stay in business.

Another teen clothing retailer may file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

During the holidays, most New Jersey businesses are having their highest revenue months of the year. While most businesses are prospering, others, especially those focused on teen fashion, are failing to see increased sales. Changes in teen shopping habits have resulted in several retailers filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and the trend seems to be continuing. 

Teen and women's clothier Deb files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Teen retailers that do not keep up with fashion trends are very likely to have a hard time generating the revenue necessary to stay in business. Many teen clothiers are noticing a steady decline in sales due to new competitors in the market. Many shops in New Jersey, and across the United States, are feeling the impact and are being forced to take action to avoid shutting their doors. These businesses may make the important decision to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in an effort to save their companies.

Teen retailer Delia's announces filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

A teenager's shopping habits, as well as changing fashion trends, can directly impact which stores will be frequented. Today, many teens are not going to the mall as often and are choosing to spend their dollars in stores that are considered more fashion-forward. This can adversely affect many teen-centric clothing companies. New Jersey businesses who are feeling the effects of shoppers' changing habits may turn to Chapter 11 as a way to get the debt relief they need.

Credit card mistakes that often lead to personal bankruptcy

During the holiday season, consumers regularly pull out their credit cards to pay for their purchases. After the holiday season is over, those same consumers will be forced to face the reality of their spending. Overspending during the holidays often pushes residents in New Jersey, and all across the United States, into a debt situation from with they cannot escape. Fortunately, personal bankruptcy is an option for those who are facing insurmountable debt, but, as there are limits on how often bankruptcy can filed, it is important for consumers to know what to do after their bankruptcies are discharged.

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