When negotiating with creditors, prepare complete and accurate financial statements in advance of negotiations. Make certain they are truthful. Be sure to list all other creditors with claims against you.
When you are trying to negotiate with your creditors, negotiate in good faith. Try to be fair to your creditors. Unless you enlist your largest creditors first, it is unlikely you will persuade the smaller ones.
When you negotiate with creditors Be flexible because your creditors only want their money. Treat all creditors equally. One creditor cannot get a better deal than the other creditors.
Negotiating is particularly effective if you have priority creditors, such as the Internal Revenue Service.
When you negotiate debt creditors hesitate to stand in the long line with many competing creditors, or stand behind as formidable a creditor as the IRS who always gets paid first.
Immediate vs. future payments offer an immediate payment based upon what you can afford to pay. Future payments must be based solely upon your surplus income only.
Length of payments vary, although every creditor wants full repayment, you should never agree to more than your down payment plus two years surplus income.
The possibility of returning merchandise, returned merchandise must be regarded as cash paid to your creditor.
Fight for low interest or no interest payments. Inform your creditors that they do not receive interest at all in bankruptcy court.
Negotiating about your future business, The prospect of future sales can be enticing to creditors.
A creditor stands to make much more money in the future than he lost in the past. However, only cooperative creditors are deserving of your future business.
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