Credit Card Complaints Still a Big Issue

Over half of adult consumers in the United States use credit cards. While a convenient method of payment, credit cards are not without their share of problems. Recently, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) compiled a list of the most common areas in which consumers file credit card complaints. At the top of the list […]

Property Division Settlements May Be Discharged in Bankruptcy

Going through a divorce can affect each spouse’s finances in many ways, both good and bad. Often, one spouse will be ordered to make alimony or child support payments to his or her ex, and in almost all cases, the divorcing parties will have to agree on a fair and equitable distribution of marital assets. […]

What to Do If Being Sued by a Credit Card Company

If you are being sued by a credit card company because you fell far behind on payments and can no longer pay what you owe, you are likely experiencing a lot of fear and anxiety about the situation. If faced with such a lawsuit, your best bet is to retain the services of an attorney […]

Georgia Ranks as One of the Worst States for Credit Conditions

Georgia residents who are having problems obtaining credit may be able to place part of the blame on the state in which they live. A new study recently conducted by CardRatings ranks Georgia at the bottom of the list for credit conditions, tied with Alabama as the worst states in the nation for credit. In […]

Understanding How Debt Settlement Works

If you are overwhelmed by the amount of debt you have, particularly credit card debt and other unsecured lines of credit, you are likely considering your options for relief. One option you may have considered is debt settlement, which on the surface may seem like a more favorable alternative than bankruptcy. However, you need to […]

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