Are Your Retirement Plans Part Of Your Bankruptcy?

Posted on: 1 November 2017

One of the concerns that bankruptcy filers have is whether their retirement plans will be safe from the trustee. The trustee has the responsibility of reviewing your assets and determining if any of them could be put towards paying your debts. Depending on the type of retirement plan you have, there is a possibility that it is not safe. If you are planning to file for bankruptcy, here is what you need to know to protect your retirement plan:
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2 Ways To Save Your Home From Foreclosure

Posted on: 11 August 2017

The thought of losing a home is scary for everyone. Unfortunately, financial crises happen and some families are faced with the prospect of foreclosure.  If you are facing foreclosure, it is important to carefully explore your options before your lender takes possession of your home. To help you get started on finding a resolution, here are a few solutions that might work for you: Ask for a Forbearance Agreement Your lender likely offers the option to sign a forbearance agreement that would help you to avoid foreclosure.
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5 Practical Tips When Facing Foreclosure: You Do Have Options Available

Posted on: 29 March 2017

Although it may feel like the end of the world when you're facing the possibility of foreclosure, you really do have options available to you. It's very important that you be realistic, choosy in whom you trust, and quick to act. Even with options, the urgency cannot be overstated. 1. Don't Avoid The Problem Unfortunately, the threat of losing a home can be so devastating that people actually look the other way about it.
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What Every Parent Needs To Know About Children And Their Credit Scores

Posted on: 26 May 2016

Most consumers understand how their credit score affects their access to things like loans, insurance, and apartment rentals. However, what many consumers don't understand is the risk facing minors. When you don't monitor your child's credit history, he or she is at risk of identity theft and the potential for a host of negative accounts. When this happens, it can mean years of struggling to restore their good standing even though they weren't the ones who damaged it.
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