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6 Tips to Rebuilding Your Credit After Bankruptcy

The decision to declare bankruptcy is very difficult. The goal of filing bankruptcy is to give a troubled debtor a fresh start, yet it affects your future credit, your reputation, and your self-image. Thankfully it also considerably improves your short-term quality of life, alleviates many of your financial obligations, and you may be able to……
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The Ins and Outs of Wage Garnishment and How to Stop It!

The Ins and Outs of Wage Garnishment and How to STOP It In the world of debt collection, wage garnishment is the equivalent of bringing in the “big guns.” It’s a regular payment to a creditor, taken directly from your paycheck by your employer. This is a powerful tool used by creditors to get repaid……
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5 Factors That Affect How Credit Bureaus Calculate Credit Scores

Finding yourself in a position of contemplating bankruptcy can bring up a lot of questions such as: How does a new bankruptcy affect my credit score vs. an old one? Some might be surprised to find out that in a number of cases, filing bankruptcy might actually improve your credit standing. How bankruptcy impacts a……
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How Often Can I File For Bankruptcy In NJ?

Getting into a difficult financial situation is hard for anyone, but it’s harder for someone who’s already filed for bankruptcy. There are no clear restrictions about the number of bankruptcy cases that you are eligible to file unless a bankruptcy court issues orders stating otherwise. However, you might need to wait a certain period of……
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