Alaska Bankruptcy

March 6, 2010 9:28 AM | Alaskan Photo Tours

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Bankruptcy in Alaska: What it is, What to Do, and How to Decide (What is Bankruptcy Book 2)


Bankruptcy in Alaska: What it is, What to Do, and How to Decide (What is Bankruptcy Book 2)



Creditors are calling off the hook. Mailbox’s filing up every day with collection letters. You don’t know if you have enough money to pay everyone.Bankruptcy may help but should you file for bankruptcy in Alaska? Do you know how bankruptcy can help you? Do you know what problems it could possibly bring?Bankruptcy in Alaska: What it is, What to Do, and How to Decide is a short and simple gu…


Goliath


Goliath


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“An intriguing thriller for those who enjoy sea adventures.” ―Booklist In the Bering Sea, Bennkah, the largest oil tanker ever built, newly commissioned in Vladivostok, Russia, is on a secret mission. On this maiden voyage, Captain Borodin is at the helm. He is the only one aboard aware of the mission. Soon an engineer discovers a defect seemingly minor, but one with disastrous potential. Despit…

Examining Procedures Regarding Puerto Rico's Political Status and Economic Outloook


Examining Procedures Regarding Puerto Rico’s Political Status and Economic Outloook


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The island of Puerto Rico was acquired by the United States in 1898 with the signing of the Treaty of Paris at the conclusion of the Spanish-American War. For the past 117 years, Puerto Rico has remained a territory with close economic and social ties to the United States. Puerto Ricans are United States citizens at birth, have served in all branches of the U.S. military since 1917, do not pay Fed…

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