Month: September 2015
Medical debts and how they affect your credit rating
Medical debts can affect your credit score, especially if you fall too far behind. Medical debts aren’t reported in the same was as other debts, though, so if you find yourself falling behind, you and your attorney may be able to slow down the reporting process and save your credit score by filing for bankruptcy
Will I have to take the bankruptcy means test?
If your debts are too high and you feel like your only option left is bankruptcy, you’ll need to find out if you qualify to file for bankruptcy before you can. The bankruptcy means test is the test you’ll need to take to show that you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and before your attorney
Your debts: Are they too high? How you can tell
Credit card debt can be hard to deal with, but if you can get a handle on it early, you may be able to consolidate it or pay it down before you get in too deep. It’s easy to slip too far into debt, though, so how can you know if your debts are too
Get help with your medical bills with these tips
If you get hurt, the last thing you should have to think about is how you’re going to pay off all your medical bills. In many cases, if your injury is caused by someone else, you’ll be able to make a claim for compensation. When you aren’t able to make a claim, then you’re in
Should I receive a statement after making a debt payment?
Keeping track of your finances is an important way to know if your debts are being paid down. When you have a debt collector trying to collect money from you and you’re paying those debts, you need to have some kind of statement to record those payments. Are debt collectors required to give you those