Blog: May 2017

If you're in danger of losing your home because you can no longer afford to pay the mortgage, you may have some recourse. Read on to learn more about how the foreclosure process works and how you may be able to save your home.

credit checkNo matter what your financial standing, it’s important to know your credit. That means you should be familiar with every aspect of your credit, including how your credit score is determined, what goes into your credit report and knowing how to spot the most common errors that tend to somehow leak onto your credit report. You should also know what a credit check is and how it can affect you.

consumer credit counselingTo understand the concept of consumer credit counseling, one must first understand what it is not. Credit counseling is not a loan product of any kind. It is not a service that is going to provide a person with a traditional debt consolidation loan, a bandaid or an easy fix. A credit counselor is not going to teach a person any tricks or shortcuts. What this person will do is guide a consumer back to financial health from any stage of financial ill health.

personal and business taxesEnd your IRS nightmare by hiring a tax attorney

If personal taxes or business taxes are leaving you stressed about your financial future, it may be time to consider hiring a tax attorney who has the legal knowledge to get involved on your behalf and solve your tax debt problems.

bankruptcy attorneyAre you overwhelmed with debt? You’re not alone. According to USA Today, more than 35 percent of Americans are delinquent on one or more of their monthly obligations. Adding credit card bills, child support, medical bills, utility bills, and other debts, it is estimated that the average person owes $5,200 in past due bills.