It’s the classic Catch-22. How do I pay for bankruptcy when the problem is there isn’t enough money to pay my debts? But there are ways. You can afford bankruptcy. You may find some solutions obvious, and you may need to be creative for others. STOP
Credit Unions can be great - but beware of auto loans and your own account. There’s an old saying: “a banker is the kind of person who will offer you an umbrella when the sun is shining...” On the other hand... Credit unions sometimes offer
Being in debt might mean that you’re not able to afford the basics. You're also struggling to pay your bills, dealing with harassing calls from debt collectors. Mostly, you feel like there’s no way out. Despite all these negatives, many people think
Bankruptcy might leave you wondering how to "jump-start" your credit. Both your credit score and credit availability. Secured Credit Cards can be helpful to improve a bad credit score. They can also help you start to build one from scratch.