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Consumer's Guide to Credit Reporting
Consumer's Guide to Credit Reporting

Credit reports typically contain a vast amount of information regarding where you live, where you work, and how you spend your money and pay your bills. In 1970, consumers were given specific rights, requiring consumer reporting agencies to furnish complete and accurate ...

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Blog posts in Credit Cards

  • Can You Sue if a Credit Reporting Mistake Ruined Your Credit?

    Mistakes happen, but when a mistake results in ruined credit and it is not caused by any fault of your own, it can be all the more frustrating. If ...

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  • Tips for Avoiding Holiday Debt

    As the gift-giving rush of the holiday season draws near, it is important that people remember to spend within their means and avoid accumulating ...

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  • Does Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Wipe Out Credit Card Debt?

    As you may know, it is far too easy to fall behind on your credit card bills. After paying the minimum each month, expecting to slowly chip away at ...

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  • Income Median Levels & Bankruptcy

    One of the driving thrusts behind the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform laws (known as BAPCPA) was an effort to make it more "difficult" to file for Chapter 7 ...

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  • Joseph P. Doyle Now Accepting all Major Credit Cards

    At the Law Office of Joseph P. Doyle, we are committed to making our clients' lives easier in any way that we can. Although we are able to do so by ...

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  • Improving Your Credit Report

    Improving on credit post-bankruptcy and improving on your credit report are two separate things. Dealing with information on your credit report is ...

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  • Common Bankruptcy Questions, Part IV

    Continuing our discussion on common bankruptcy questions, we begin with the age-old question of whether you will ever get credit again. This answer ...

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  • The Bankruptcy Petition and Schedules, Part II

    Last week we started to address the various schedules that constitute a bankruptcy petition. We addressed Schedule A (covering real property), ...

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  • Should You Wait to File?

    Most of the time, obtaining a Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge is an urgent manner for you. You have grown sick of the creditor calls, the attempts to ...

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