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How often do you find yourself turning away from your ringing phone as the words “SCAM LIKELY” pop up? As helpful as it is for our phones to now offer such a disclaimer, we can’t deny that some scam calls will, unfortunately, still come through. Thus, as IRS scams are some of the most common […]

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Technology is not perfect, and every once in a while we find ourselves in need of yet another upgrade. But before you sell, recycle, or throw away your obsolete electronics altogether, there’s one very important step you need to take first: clearing your old personal data. The Importance of Data Clearing According to an article […]

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Perhaps the same old familiar bill has been popping back up in your mailbox at increasingly frequent intervals. Perhaps you’ve been dodging phone calls from the same creditors for several years now, only to start blocking new numbers. In any case, running and hiding from old debt is enough to set anyone on edge, if […]

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As one prepares for the reality of bankruptcy, it’s likely that they will be accompanied by a whole host of emotions: worry, nervousness, hope, and relief, among others. Another feeling they’ll likely face, of course, is that of confusion. After all, bankruptcy is not always relayed to filers in clear and concise terms, meaning they’ll […]

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As the tide of the coronavirus pandemic plunged the nation into an unprecedented period of uncertainty, the economy stalled. By June 8, 2020, the National Bureau of Economic Research published its official findings that pointed to February 2020 as “the end of the expansion that began in June 2009 and the beginning of a recession.” […]

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Credit scores are relatively pervasive in life, and they certainly are not something to take lightly. That being said, we would be remiss if we didn’t take the time to explain the difference between your credit score and your credit report, as the two are often mistakenly conflated …   Your Credit Score Your credit [...]
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What Is A Credit Score? Your credit score is the number (often somewhere between 300 and 850) that essentially determines whether or not you’ll get a credit card or new loan, as well as the accompanying interest rate. Your credit score is also your borrowing history all boiled down to one numerical value. In short, [...]
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If you suspect someone might be trying to use your information to steal your identity, contact one of the credit reporting bureaus as soon as possible to put a Fraud Alert on all your accounts. This will make it significantly harder for someone (even if it’s you) to use your credit and try opening any […]

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