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How credit card debt can be bad for your health

It's common knowledge that nobody wants to rack up credit card debt. But, just how bad is it? Can credit card debt affect your health? Some say it absolutely can affect your health, while others aren't too worried about what the debt will do to them in the long run. Today, we will take a look at the different ways credit card debt can negatively impact your health.

The tangibles your bankruptcy attorney must have

Have you ever wondered what it is that makes a bankruptcy attorney so special? Many people think that they can simply hire any bankruptcy attorney and wind up in a good spot when they file for bankruptcy in Washington. This cannot be further from the truth. When you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy the attorney you choose must have the following tangibles.

Tips for dealing with medical debt

It doesn't take much for a person to go into debt because of medical bills. Car accidents, illnesses or other injuries can all lead to hefty medical bills that can put a person in debt or further in debt in an instant. Today, we will provide some tips for you to deal with medical debt so you can begin to regain your financial freedom.

What rules apply to annual credit card percentage rate increases?

The United States Congress passed the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act in 2009. This act, also known as the Credit CARD Act, was meant to address abuses committed by credit card companies in their dealings with the public. As such, the act offers credit cardholders and credit card applicants various protections, including protection against abuses related to annual percentage rate (APR) increases.

3 warnings about bankruptcy

The bankruptcy process is a financial lifeline that has saved countless Americans from falling into financial ruin. However, it's important for those who wish to benefit from this process to understand what they're getting into before they begin.

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