Welcome to Quizzle’s Top Money Tips Roundup, where you’ll find this week’s top five most interesting, helpful and unique personal finance articles from around the Web. This week’s edition covers debt – how to get out of debt, how to break the debt-cycle, how to avoid getting into debt in the first place and how to wrap up your year financially.
Tag: debt relief
Your credit score has never been so important. Lenders will check your credit score to determine whether or not you qualify for a new line of credit. Before lending you money, creditors want to know how risky you are as a borrower and how likely you are to pay back a loan on time. A tarnished credit score can be both stressful and costly. If you have already hurt your credit score with some wrong financial moves, then read on to learn about credit repair.
During the past few years of recession, job losses, stock market downturns and trouble in the housing market, millions of Americans have started to take a more active role in understanding and managing their personal finances. If you would like to save more money, spend more wisely and put your life on a more stable and profitable path, there are a few key questions that you should ask yourself today.
The Federal Reserve recently announced they will again start inflating the money supply in hopes of staving off a sustained deflation. Find out why Uncle Sam is so afraid of deflation, what other tools we have in our arsenal to get out of debt and why inflation is the politically palatable option.
You don’t need to hire a lawyer to file bankruptcy, but keep in mind that just because you file for bankruptcy protection doesn’t guarantee that a judge will ultimately accept your request. Following these essential steps can help prevent a bankruptcy judge from rejecting your case.
When Jennifer and Rob came to my office, they were desperate and despondent. With three young children and a boatload of credit card debt, they felt they were helpless to improve their life. They had tried to change their free-spending ways, but felt like failures, adrift, fighting against the current of continual financial stress. If you’ve ever felt the weight of financial stress, try the GAT method before money ruins your life. Certified Financial Planner®, Tammy Kraig, explains how this works.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help end your financial nightmare, but also can bring new problems of its own once a judge finalizes your request. Learn how to start rebuilding your credit score right away so you don’t have to spend the next 10 years simply waiting for that dreaded bankruptcy notation to fall off of your credit reports.