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Update: Operation Rebuild Credit

So I realized it’s been awhile since I talked about the state of my credit. Partially because it still sucks, but also because I hate the judgment that always follows. Nonetheless, if I’m going to have a blog about getting out of debt, I’ve got to talk about my debt at some point, right? As [...]

Choosing Bankruptcy Services That Are Right For You

This is a sponsored guest post from Debt Advisory Line. When it comes to bankruptcy, most people feel completely alone. It is cold comfort that you’re not the only one entering into insolvency; in fact, bankruptcy numbers have steadily risen for a long time and three million households in the UK alone are facing massive [...]

A Lesson on Debt Management from our Lousy Lawmakers

This is a guest post from Jessica Wagner. Washington’s awash with wimps when it comes to negotiating on debt, driving up fears that the United States might actually manage to slip into default. While that’s probably not going to happen given the potential consequences, this kind of brinksmanship makes the country look bad to the [...]

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