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My credit score is 552. should I go bankruptcy? and if so how much would it be?
and if so how much would it be? and what score would i have after bankruptcy?

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Think Hard!

Bankruptcy does not help your credit, it hurts it BIG TIME, and for 10 years!!  Instead, work on paying your bills on time (do a search for Dave Ramsey and pay attention to his workable ideas) and read the articles here so you can better understand how credit works and how to improve yours.  Otherwise, you sare going to have nothing but grief in your financial life.  Been there.

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The real question is what do you have that would make you concider to file Bankrupt? How many Credit card you have and how much on each owe etc etc. Filling Bankrupt is the worse anyone possibly they could do because it HURTS bad VERY BAD sometimes there is an escape option like Debt Consilidation in getting a person loan and paying them all off. 

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