Morgan Drexen Statistics Reflect Unemployment Linked to Debt

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Morgan Drexen Statistics Reflect Unemployment Rate Across the Nation, as Americas Poverty Rate Rises as does the Average Consumer Debt Levels.

Poverty Rate and Debt are on the Rise

“After researching some stuff on it, I felt like would be the best way for me to get out of debt and I just, I couldn’t be more pleased,” admits Tyree.

A struggling economy leaves more Americans than ever living in poverty according to statistics released by the census bureau. America’s poverty rate rose from 14.3% to 15.1% in 2010, the highest level since 1993.

“These statistics are not surprising,” says Morgan Drexen Chief Executive Office Walter Ledda. “Unemployment across the country remains high and therefore it makes sense that with so many people unemployed the poverty rate would go up. Providing support-platforms for attorneys nationwide we have seen an increase in attorney clients using debt resolution programs and preventative bankruptcy solutions.”

According to the Office of Management and Budget the poverty line is drawn at an income of $22,314 a year for a family of four and $11,139 for an individual. The southern half of the country is the hardest hit with Mississippi reporting 22.7% of its population below the poverty line followed closely Louisiana at 12.6%.

New Hampshire boasts the lowest number of below poverty line residents at 6.6% reflecting the fact that New Hampshire has the fourth lowest unemployment rate in the country. In contrast Mississippi has an unemployment rate of 10.3% and falls into the top 10 highest unemployment rates in the country.

Morgan Drexen supports attorneys nationwide in providing integrated support systems to advance and improve business systems. This automation allows attorneys to increase their workload by adding additional clients but not additional paperwork.

For Tyree S. it was cut backs at his job that left him with mounting debt. With never ending medical bills, the debt just got worse.With no health insurance in place Tyree decided that engaging with an attorney based debt resolution program was the only answer.

“After researching some stuff on it, I felt like would be the best way for me to get out of debt and I just, I couldn’t be more pleased,” admits Tyree.
Tyree engaged with Howard Law who uses the automation of Morgan Drexen.

“It has really helped me a lot and I would suggest this program for any one that’s having financial difficulty they could call me and I would tell them. I’ve never been more pleased in my life.” concludes Tyree.

“In 2009 the attorneys supported by Morgan Drexen showed a significant increase in consumers using attorneys to resolve debt across the nation. The outlook for 2010- 2011 is also showing slight increases lack of unemployment is sure to have played a role in those statistics,” concludes Ledda

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