If you are nearing retirement age, you may be struggling with the big “social security” decision: should you take a reduced Social Security benefit at age 62 - or wait to receive the maximum benefit at age 70?
Bankruptcy allows you to settle or eliminate your debts and move forward in a financially feasible way. Once your debts have been discharged, you can be in a more stable place and begin to build your credit once again.
Credit cards can be an excellent financial tool, helping you save money and build credit. But if they are misused, they can become quite expensive. Here is our list of the top 9 situations to avoid regarding credit cards.
Filing for bankruptcy can stop a foreclosure or car repossession, help avoid wage garnishment or relieve overwhelming credit card debt. Bankruptcy is a serious endeavor that requires a thoughtful decision based on reality and facts.
Although hourly wages are 5.1% higher than in 2021, inflation and prices have been increasing even more rapidly, most notably in the grocery store and the gas pump. What impact is that having on personal bankruptcies?
If you are in a difficult financial situation and are wondering if bankruptcy is right for you, it helps to understand the process.
A loss of income can cause problems quickly, causing single parents to have to use credit cards or deplete their savings to pay daily expenses.
With the April 15th deadline now fading in the distance, many Floridians are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their tax refund. Unfortunately, it is not only the taxpayers awaiting those checks - nefarious scammers of all kinds are dreaming up ways to get their hands on your hard-earned money.
One of the biggest challenges people face when considering bankruptcy is feeling alone. It can be easy to feel stigmatized or embarrassed, and you may think that people will believe you to be irresponsible. But bankruptcy statistics reveal a much different reality.
Sometimes, even our best efforts are not enough to extricate us from a challenging situation. Several factors negatively impact your credit score. Here's how to repair your credit and get it back on the right track.