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Co-signing a car loan for a friend who keeps paying late presents you with four choices, all expensive, says the Bankruptcy Adviser — but a do-it-yourself repo isn’t one of them.
Debt consolidation has become big business, but the growth has not come without its share of charlatans.
Making moves to better your credit score will help your bankruptcy risk score, too.
There’s a number that might determine your available credit, but you aren’t allowed to see it.
Even if the original debts that caused them have been discharged, liens are pugnacious. Some can never be pried off without payment, says the Bankruptcy Adviser.
Structured talks with a mortgage lender can save your home, if you know what you’re doing, says the Bankruptcy Adviser.
Tired of juggling bills? One loan can pay off many, but there are pros and cons to repackaging your debt.
When it comes to credit information, what you think you know that isn’t true can really hurt you.
People who refinance their mortgages with loans containing prepayment penalties or balloon payments are more likely to undergo foreclosure, a new study says.
It’s not just your mortgage payment and credit card rate anymore: Shaky credit will cost you when it comes to auto, home and renters insurance.