For some Minnesota consumers, bankruptcy is the best solution to overwhelming debt. However, before filing, you should know these five facts about bankruptcy and your credit.
For Florida consumers who need to finance a vehicle for the first time, here are a few tips on how to get approved for car loans with good or bad credit scores.
For New York consumers with bad credit scores who need loans, here are a few potential options to explore while you’re working on credit repair.
Most Illinois consumers know that it’s good to pay their current bills on time, but should they pay off debt already in debt collections?
There are several reasons why many New York consumers should try to avoid subprime auto loans. Here are a few of the most important points to consider.
It’s important for Arizona consumers to know how late payments affect credit scores if they’re trying to build, rebuild, or maintain good credit.
Ohio consumers pursued by debt collectors should know that, under the FDCPA, there are certain things that debt collectors can and cannot do.
Bankruptcy normally leaves you with damaged credit, but Michigan consumers can start a credit repair plan during bankruptcy or right after discharge.
Payday lending in Ohio may change soon – somehow. Big changes are coming to the CFPB, and Richard Cordray is running for governor. What next?
New York consumers with bad credit can rent an apartment while working to repair their credit scores. Here are some tips on how to do both.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers in Florida may wonder about future homebuying options. Luckily, post-bankruptcy homeownership is possible with a realistic plan.
Minnesota car buyers with bad credit frequently use buy-here-pay-here auto loans. However, this type of financing is bad news for some consumers.
Surprisingly, using gas credit cards isn’t necessarily a great way to save money on fuel in Georgia. Here are the reasons why there are better options.
If you’re looking to buy a home in Michigan, but you have bad credit, you may be wondering about your ability to finance. Luckily, you may have options.
If you’re looking for a job in Minnesota, you should check your credit reports before filling out any applications. Here’s why it’s important.