Every year, I count up the new posts on Bankruptcy Soapbox, and see how my readership ranked them.
Now, if posts could talk, some might complain that they first saw the light of day in December 2021: it’s not fair to compare their audience with the posts from January. But, as JFK said: life isn’t fair.
So here are the posts readers found most useful this year in thinking about finances and bankruptcy.
By topic, it was a pretty mixed bag: pandemic driven topics like forbearance alongside issues of choosing a bankruptcy chapter, getting the most out of bankruptcy, and understanding what a bankruptcy lawyer does.
But, seriously, that’s what our lives look like. Here’s to a simpler world in 2022 and to the clarity to tackle financial challenges.
Next, I’ll tally up the most popular posts in 2021 from two decades worth of Bankruptcy Soapbox.