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All Questions: Debt
NewPosted February 8, 2016
GreenPath Debt Solutions (NFCC)

GreenPath Debt Solutions (NFCC)

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

Typically private loans work independently from federal loans. With private loans you will need to contact the servicer to see if there are any optio...

NewPosted February 8, 2016
GreenPath Debt Solutions (NFCC)

GreenPath Debt Solutions (NFCC)

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

The key question to ask is what are you trying to accomplish by consolidating the credit cards. Are you trying to save interest? Are you trying to r...

NewPosted February 7, 2016
GreenPath Debt Solutions (NFCC)

GreenPath Debt Solutions (NFCC)

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

Credit score is primarily based on two key areas. How you pay your bills is 35 percent of your score and 30 percent of your score is based on debt owe...

NewPosted February 7, 2016
CCCS of Buffalo , Inc. (NFCC)

CCCS of Buffalo , Inc. (NFCC)

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

I am going to assume that you have no additional debts listed on your credit report for this answer. The fastest way to increase your score is to pay...

NewPosted February 7, 2016 · Dallas, TX
ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

Good question. That would be a terrible investment. It's understandable that you may be bored with the car, but you should keep it until it is paid ...

NewPosted February 6, 2016
Stephen T. Hart

Stephen T. Hart

CFP®, MBA

Hi there, thanks for your question.

Unfortunately the only true way to get an understanding of your financial situation is going to be through comple...

NewPosted February 6, 2016 · Cleveland, OH
ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

Glad to hear you are on the right track now! Resources like Nerdwallet are a great place to start. If you would like some personalized advice, you cou...

NewPosted February 6, 2016
ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

Great question! I would recommend that you check with an NFCC-accredited nonprofit credit counseling agency to see if a Debt Management Plan (DMP) wou...

NewPosted February 6, 2016 · Washington, DC
ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

Great question! Based on the info you have provided, I would highly recommend that you check with an NFCC-accredited nonprofit credit counseling agen...

NewPosted February 6, 2016
ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

You are wise to check before taking action. Yes, making a payment can re-activate the debt, so you want to check your state's statute of limitations ...

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