Many business companies have already gone bust due to the coming 2021 economic crisis. This is called the “2021 Crisis.” This is a major problem because many business industries which were already at a stable level are now on the brink of total collapse. Some areas will be hit worse than others. A few industries will suffer more than others. Below I have listed some of the industries that are more likely to go under during the next five years.
Debt Collection – If a business is unable to collect on outstanding debts, the company can go under. Creditors may be forced to file for bankruptcy. When this happens, creditors themselves will be forced to close the company down. The consumers who use that company’s services will have to find another paying service. The cycle can continue until no one is left.
Medical Drug Bailouts – If a large number of medical drug companies are no longer in business, the government will have to step in and provide financial assistance to the debtors. This means the government will bailout the failed companies. The amount of money released into the market will be used to pay off debts and stimulate the economy. This will help relieve the pressure on the financial system which will prevent more bankruptcies from occurring.
Banks – Many banks have already gone bust in this current recession. They are losing too much business due to not being able to get enough credit extended to their customers. This has created pressure on the financial system, which is squeezing the economy even further. As mentioned above, the released stimulus money will be used to bail out any failing banks. This helps to relieve the pressure on the economy.
The Business Debt Buster – Many business that being in debt is using debt settlement as a means of solving their debt problems. In order to reduce the amount they owe, businesses have resorted to debt negotiations with their creditors. Negotiations are started by the debtors and they are followed by the creditors. A professional company that specializes in these negotiations can reduce the amount owed by a substantial amount, often in half, for the business owner. This results in the business owner being able to pay off his creditors in a much shorter period of time. Because creditors do not want to see their assets and money returned this reduction of debt creates a win-win situation for both sides.
As you can see, none of the above is a guess or a speculation. It is based on concrete, empirical evidence. With so many companies going bankrupt in the current recession, it is clear that the economy needs to correct its approach to helping business and reducing the amount of debt that is incurred by businesses. By instituting policies that keep these types of companies in business, the economy will begin to recover and the economy will begin to grow.