Category: Personal Finance

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Debt Relief vs. Bankruptcy: Which One is the Better Option?

If you are struggling to handle your debts, you may have looked into some of your options. In that case, you have probably found two main ways to resolve debts: filing for bankruptcy and pursuing debt relief. You may be wondering which is the right option for you. In that case, keep reading. We’ve taken […]

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What Percentage Should I Offer to Settle Debt?

If you’ve considered a debt settlement before, you may be wondering, “What percentage should I offer to settle my debt?” While there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, there are a few guidelines that you can follow to help you come up with a number that works for you. In light of that, we […]

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How Student Loans Affect Your Credit Score

If you have student loans to your name, you’ve likely wondered, “How do student loans affect your credit score?” In truth, they do have an impact on your score. However, the good news is that borrowers have control over the type of impact they experience, specifically whether it is positive or negative. We’ve created a […]

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Is Borrowing From 401k to Pay Off Debt a Good Idea?

If you have credit card debt, but you have some retirement savings, there’s a good chance that you’ve thought about borrowing from a 401(k) to pay off debt. While borrowing from your retirement account is certainly an option, like any other financial decision, it does come with its own pros and cons. With that in […]

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Personal Finance 101: Should I Save or Pay Off Debt?

Every day, many Americans ask themselves, “Should I save or pay off debt?” If you’ve asked yourself that question recently, you’re not alone. In light of that, we have taken the liberty of answering this question once and for all. Keep reading to learn whether it makes sense to save first or to pay down […]

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How to Rebuild Credit after Bankruptcy

Improving your credit score after bankruptcy is no small feat, but it can be done. All it takes is a bit of hard work and perseverance. With that said, below is a practical guide on how to rebuild credit after bankruptcy. If you follow the steps below, you can eventually see your score start to […]

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How to Write a Credit Dispute Letter

According to a recent investigation by Consumer Reports, a third of Americans have errors on their credit reports. If you happen to fall in that unlike a percentage, you might be wondering what you can do about it. In that case, your best move may be to write a credit dispute letter. Put simply, this […]

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How to Consolidate Debt with Bad Credit

When you have bad credit, it can sometimes feel like your financial options are limited. Fortunately, there are things you can do to take control of your debt and improve your credit score. Below is a guide on how to consolidate debt with bad credit. Read it over to get a sense of the steps […]

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Can You Buy a House with Credit Card Debt?

Per the latest numbers from Debt.org, the average American household carried $5,315 worth of credit card debt in the fourth quarter of 2020. With numbers like those, it’s no surprise that many would-be-homebuyers wonder, “Can you buy a house with credit card debt?” The short answer is, yes, it is possible to buy a house […]

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