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June 2017 Archives

Company penalized for consumer foreclosure actions

When an individual or a family is faced with serious financial problems, few things are more stressful than the risk of losing their home. In many cases, home ownership was a long-held goal, and achieving that goal was a significant source of pride, and a realization of the American Dream for Connecticut residents. When it appears that foreclosure is imminent, many people will go to great lengths to avoid that outcome. Unfortunately, that leaves them vulnerable to a number of questionable business actions in addition to downright scams.

Understand the importance of utilization in debt management

For those in Connecticut who are considering filing for personal bankruptcy, repairing the damage done to their credit score is a top priority for the months that will follow the bankruptcy process. Having that kind of forward-facing focus can make it easier to begin the steps leading to bankruptcy, which is a decision that no one wants to have to make. Fortunately, there are plenty of positives that accompany the choice to seek bankruptcy protection, including the opportunity to rebuild toward a solid credit score by using savvy debt management practices.

Options for when Chapter 7 bankruptcy disappears

For many Connecticut residents, the decision to file for bankruptcy comes at a time of significant stress. It is easy to become overly focused on the negative aspects of Chapter 7 bankruptcy, while overlooking the fact that the bankruptcy process is a springboard toward lasting financial stability. A recent article looks at bankruptcy statistics, and notes that millions of Americans will soon have their personal bankruptcies removed from their credit reports.

Debt relief scams often target consumers with student loans

Earning a college degree is an exciting accomplishment, and one that can have a marked impact on an individual's future success. However, the fruits of student labor are often delayed for several years, as new graduates enter the Connecticut workforce and take entry-level jobs. During those early years, many people rely on credit cards to make ends meet, with the belief that they will soon enjoy increased earnings as they move up the ladder in their chosen field. Unfortunately, that outcome will not go as planned for some, and the need for debt relief will be significant.

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