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The Power of Debt Collectors

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One of the scariest and most annoying things my clients have to deal with are debt collectors. Debt collectors obtain most of their revenue from people who fall behind on their loans such as student loans, medical bills, auto loans, credit cards or mortgages. They can be relentless and if you are not proactive, they […]

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Making the Most of Family & Work in the Summertime

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Every month, I write to you with tips and guidance on bankruptcy and improving your financial path. But this month, just a couple weeks into official summer, I come to you with a different topic–making the most of your family and work time in the summer. The other day, I saw a meme on social […]

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Becoming an Authorized User

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After filing for bankruptcy, one of the most important things to do is to rebuild your credit. You need to raise your credit score, because it will not raise itself. There are a number of ways to rebuild your credit, but one common way is to become an authorized user on someone else’s credit card. […]

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How Will My Low Credit Score Affect Getting a Job?

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Often times, when I counsel individuals on their credit, they are concerned with how their low credit score will affect their overall lives.  They want to know if their lower credit score will affect their ability to gain new employment or affect their current employment. The answer to this is complicated, but a lower credit […]