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How Quickly Can Credit Worthiness Be Rebuilt After Bankruptcy?

Filing for personal bankruptcy may seem like a seven to ten year sentence. After all, that is how long it will be before you can get loans and credit cards, right? Well, not exactly. If you have a stream of income, many financial institutions may still want your business. Within a relatively short time after… Read More »

Long-Term Effects of Bankruptcy

We spend a lot of time here reassuring clients that bankruptcy is not the end of their financial lives and that many individuals and businesses come out of bankruptcy with improved financial health. This is absolutely true and we stand by it. But it is also important for people to recognize the gravity of the… Read More »

What is Actually in a Credit Report?

You could look yourself: AnnualCreditReport.com is the only source that provides truly free credit reports, once every 12 months, without asking for your credit card information, enrolling you in a “free trial” for some paid service, or pushing you to pay for various extras. And here’s what you will find: Identifying information: Includes your name,… Read More »

What is a Credit Score?

Your credit score can make or break you financially. It determines whether you can get a loan or credit card, it determines whether or not you’ll get a high or low interest rate, and it can even help you get your utilities turned on in your new home or apartment. A credit score is a… Read More »

What Are Some Good Ways To Rebuild My Credit?

One of the biggest concerns we hear from our bankruptcy clients is how they can repair and rebuild their credit after their bankruptcy filing. This is a valid concern, but the reality is your credit will be better post-bankruptcy than pre-bankruptcy. If you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy, you are probably behind on many… Read More »