Consumer Debt

What Is The Financial Impact of Divorce?

Divorce is traumatic even when it is amicable and desired by both parties.

2 weeks ago

Strategies for Getting Out of Debt (Eventually)

Getting out of debt is like losing weight. You didn’t pack it on overnight, and you’re not going to lose…

4 weeks ago

Thinking about Using Tax Refund to Pay off Debt?

If you are thinking of using tax refund to pay off debt, you may need to think again.

1 month ago

How Does Deficiency Balance after Auto Repossession Work?

It is bad enough to lose your automobile, but to find out that the lender is demanding a deficiency balance…

2 months ago

How Long Can Consumer Debt in Florida Remain Open?

Consumer debt is defined as debts that are incurred for a personal or household purpose. They are composed of consumer…

2 months ago

Need to Knows About Florida Personal Property Exemptions

What Personal Bankruptcy Filers Need to Know About the Florida Personal Property Exemptions When it comes to personal bankruptcy, understanding…

3 months ago

Senior Citizens’ Credit Card Debt – Information and Solutions

Senior citizens’ credit card debt is something that a surprising number of seniors in the United States struggle with. While there…

3 months ago

The Ten Bankruptcy Secrets You Need to Know

Nobody spends their life building up to a filing for bankruptcy. Nobody ever wants to go there. Unfortunately, sometimes circumstances…

3 months ago

Do You Need to Stop Wage Garnishment Immediately?

Do You Need to Stop Wage Garnishment Immediately? When your wages are being garnished, this means a portion of your…

4 months ago

Credit Counseling vs. Debt Settlement – Which One is Right for You?

When you’re facing monumental debt, finding a workable solution is of paramount importance. Understanding your options can help, but sometimes…

5 months ago