2016-08-23T11:03:14ZBeing broke doesn't mean you have to spend your life in debt. Spending less and earning more are two key ways to pay off debt when you're broke.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZHigh interest rates make it harder to pay off your debt. Here are some strategies for paying off debt that has a high interest rate.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZI;s so easy (and often fun) to get into debt, but painfully difficult to get back out. Here are some strategies to reduce or eliminate debt.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZDebt settlement aims to reduce your debt, but often at the expense of your credit history. Find out why debt settlment may not be the best solution.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZPaying back your credit card debt isn't as easy as getting into it. But, it can be done. With a plan, you can achieve a life free of credit card debt.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZGet a better understanding of how the credit card billing process works from making purchases to making payments.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZThe statute of limitations on a debt keeps debt collectors from winning a lawsuit. It varies by state & depends on the account's last date of activity.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZTaking care of charged-off accounts helps improve your credit score, but paying a charge-off usually isn't enough to remove it from your credit report.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZMaking late credit card and loan payments will definitely hurt your credit score, but there are some payments that will never see your credit report.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZLike many first steps, getting your first credit card is not always easy. Here are some tips on how and where to get your very first credit card.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZUse this sample pay for delete letter to negotiate removal of negative collection accounts and charge-offs from your credit report.
2016-08-23T11:03:14ZKnowing your rights is an important step to protecting your credit. Every consumer should be familiar with these basic consumer credit laws.