Of those who file for bankruptcy in Illinois and throughout the country, roughly 66.5% do so because of medical bills. Individuals file either because of the medical debt itself or because of a lack of income caused by time spent out of work. This is according to a study that was published in the American Journal of Public Health. It found that the Affordable Care Act has done little to reduce the number of bankruptcies related to medical costs.
When you buy Illinois property, it's always smart to know as much as possible about what you are buying. One of these things includes knowing where your property starts and your neighbor's property ends. Property boundaries are important, especially when you find yourself in a disagreement over them.
Corporate workers in Illinois who have considered leaving their job and starting their own businesses are not alone. However, before they leave a source of steady income to pursue their dreams, they should take time to carefully consider certain factors about being a startup business owner.