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How Can I Repair My Credit Report And Raise My Credit Score After Filing For Bankruptcy?

Worried That You Won’t Ever Have Credit Again? It Is Possible, It Is All About Rebuilding! Pay all of your bills on time. You have your fresh start through your bankruptcy filing; now make sure you are making your mortgage, car loans, and/or student loans payments on time each month. These types of payments are…

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What Will Happen To My Credit Score When I File For Bankruptcy?

You may be surprised! This is a common question and concern for those considering bankruptcy as an option to relieve their debt stress. You may be surprised to find that the damage may not be as bad as you think and that it is possible to rebuild your credit.  A Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves the…

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Will a Bankruptcy Affect My Credit Report?

A bankruptcy case will be reported under the public record section of your credit report. This same section of your credit report is where court cases involving creditor judgments are also listed. A bankruptcy case will be reported in the public records section for 7-10 years depending on the bankruptcy case filed. Chapter 13 bankruptcy…

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What is Your Free Credit Report Saying About You?

Accurate credit reports are essential for today’s consumers, so they can receive the best financing options available.

It is important for all consumers to understand how and what kind of debts are reported on a credit report. The information reported on your credit report will determine your credit score.

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