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Find out the definition of a federal tax lien, what it means if you have one, and how you can remove it.
A list of over 700 US collection agencies linked to their website with a phone number and whether they will accept a pay for delete settlement offer.
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Regulation F is about to change the way the debt collection business operates. Here's what debtors need to know about the new rules.
The statute of limitations on debt is designed to protect consumers from lawsuits on past debts. Learn everything you need to know to protect yourself and more.
The debt avalanche method is the best financial strategy to eliminate high-interest debts and become debt-free. Learn to use it today!
Walking away from debt might sound like an attractive option, but what really happens if you don't pay? Let's take a look.
Have you been sued by a debt collector? Don't panic! Here's everything you need to know to navigate the process as safely as possible.
If you have to file Chapter 7 with no money, you need to know what to do about filing fees and legal fees. Can you DIY the whole thing?
Collection agencies are using sneaky tactics to send consumers to jail for unpaid debts. How is this possible and what can you do to avoid it?
A debt settlement letter is the first step toward any debt settlement. If you have decided to pursue debt settlement, here's where to start!
If you’ve decided on bankruptcy, you probably know that almost all individual bankruptcies are either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Here's a side by side comparison of the differences between them.