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Credit Counseling – Does it Work?

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This is an important question, as credit counseling is not for everyone. Often, it is simply

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Credit Counseling

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Credit counselors can help consumers organize their debt and pay it off – this is called debt reorganization. Often, a

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How do I Rebuild My Credit?

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If you have filed for bankruptcy, had a tax lien, or otherwise harmed your credit through

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Student Loan Consolidation

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Student loan consolidation programs allow for a borrower’s loans to be paid off and a new consolidated loan created.

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What is a Charge Off?

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When a consumer becomes very delinquent on an account, the creditor will probably charge it off. This

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Credit Reports

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You can receive your credit report from one of three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Trans Union, and Experian. In many circumstances, you can

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Bankruptcy Law

Dischargeable and Nondischargeable Debts

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Dischargeable debts are those debts that can be discharged through bankruptcy proceeding, such as credit card debts. However, there are a

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Credit Center

New Bankruptcy Law

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In early 2005, a bill overhauling the U.S. Bankruptcy System passed the Senate, is expected to pass in the House in April,

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