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Before taking the leap, do your homework and make certain to understand the ramifications of bankruptcy on your life.
Any debts you hide won’t be dismissed, and the debt collectors can continue to come after you, says the Bankruptcy Adviser.
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy makes sense for one elderly reader, says the Bankruptcy Adviser, but she needs to do it right or face wage garnishment.
Consolidating credit cards can yield convenience and lower rates, but you must avoid these pitfalls.
Drawing from your retirement account is not a matter to be taken lightly. Consider these pros and cons.
Shoddy credit counselors abound, but asking the right questions can help you find a good one.
Are your debt-handling skills superior or subpar? Our quiz may tell you something about your finances.
Don’t let bills keep you up at night. Make a change by facing your debt head on.
Readers’ FAQ on debt and credit counseling will help you wrap your head around these topics.
Using a debt-management plan to pay off debt won’t hurt your credit score but it may make it difficult to qualify for new credit.