Are You Being Harassed by Creditors?

Posted on : May 7, 2017
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Becoming overwhelmed with bills is disheartening. Sometimes, you struggle when choosing to pay for groceries or an old medical bill. However, when you add creditor harassment into the mix, it can begin to feel like you’re drowning. Contrary to what many people believe, creditors cannot say or do whatever they want to get you to pay a [Read More]
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Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions

Posted on : April 8, 2017
Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions
Many people are concerned about losing their possessions if they file for bankruptcy, including their home and their vehicle. This isn’t quite true, however. While some assets are inevitably liquidated during the bankruptcy process, there are a great deal of assets that are exempt. These vary from state to state — learn about the bankruptcy [Read More]
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5 Myths About Debt Consolidation

Posted on : February 3, 2017
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Many companies advertise debt consolidation as a way to get out of debt, or put all of your debt in one place and have lower interest rates. Learn about the myths surrounding debt consolidation and how to know if it’s the right choice for you. 1. You Need a Formal Debt Consolidation Company to Help [Read More]
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5 Most Common Reasons for Bankruptcy

Posted on : January 5, 2017
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Making the decision to file bankruptcy is never easy. In many cases, bankruptcy is the best option for individuals and families experiencing extreme financial difficulty. Here are the five most common reasons for filing bankruptcy and how to get sound advice when you’re overwhelmed with bills and financial challenges. 1. Job Loss Unemployment can come when you [Read More]
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When Can Creditors Freeze My Bank Account?

Posted on : December 9, 2016
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One of the worst things to happen when you are overwhelmed with debt is a creditor freezing your bank account. A frozen bank account is detrimental when you’re already struggling to make ends meet. Yet, it is a very real possibility for individuals who owe money to certain agencies. Here’s what you need to know about a [Read More]
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