Debt Management 2006Bad credit When your credit rating is in a deep hole it's tough to get a good foothold.What happens before, during and after bankruptcy 10yearsChapter 7: Bankruptcy drops off •After staying on your credit report for seven to 10 years the bankruptcy falls off. < | -- Updated: July 1, 2006
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Dear Debt Adviser, Two years ago, I requested my credit report. It was not a good sight to see. Thankfully, I have cleaned it up to the best of my ability. I have paid off all my debt. I do, however, have one big problem.... Read more