What Is Bankruptcy?

  Regaining control, regardless of your situation, is your right and responsibility. Many of the people who contact us are

At Death, Who Inherits Credit Card Debt?

By Sally Herigstad, Highlights There's a big difference between being an authorized user and a co-signer. If your ex

Five Steps to Overcome Financial Trauma

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Credit-Card Rates Rise Again

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Government launches credit card complaint database

June 19, 2012 NEW YORK (AP) — The government is launching an online database of complaints about credit cards. The

Beware the Predatory-Lending Trap

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Repent of these 7 credit card sins

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MSN Money Wipe out your student loan debt

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As home prices fall, more borrowers walk away

From By John W. Schoen, Senior Producer When David Martin and his wife bought their north Seattle condo five

12 myths about bankruptcy

11/17/2011 3:44 PM ET |By Will you lose your house and retirement savings? When will you be able to

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