The Best and Worst Credit Cards for Rebuilding Credit

Paul Paquin : August 6, 2018 8:14 am : Articles, Credit Card Debt Relief, Debt Relief Blog
Forgot to pay your student loans because they didn’t seem “too” important? Neglected your medical bills because they were overwhelmingly high, and you thought that they didn’t affect your credit score? Or, did you use your credit card irresponsibly for half of your life? Whatever the reason more »
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The Statute of Limitations on Debt in ALL 50 States [infographic]

Paul Paquin : July 9, 2018 6:02 pm : Debt Relief Blog
Do you know when the statute of limitations on debt in your state is? Knowing this information can ensure that creditors don’t take advantage of your legal rights and try to collect on a bad debt. First off, after a debt is past its statute of limitations, more »
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Is the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card worth it? (See Top Cards!)

Paul Paquin : June 26, 2018 11:12 am : Articles, Credit Card Debt Relief, Debt Relief Blog
Are you considering the Chase Sapphire Reserve (CSR) credit card? Contemplating about whether or not the 50,000 bonus points and $300 travel credit, are worth the $450 annual fee and 20% interest rate? Hopefully, what were about to tell you, will clarify your uncertainties and maybe even more »
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10 Best Ways to Clear High Credit Card Debt

Paul Paquin : June 10, 2018 1:31 pm : Articles, Debt Relief Blog
For anyone considering paying off their credit card balances, there’s no time to waste. Here’s why … In February 2018, revolving debt in America hit $1.030 trillion, an all-time high. In June 2018, the Federal Reserve increased the target range for the federal funds rate by .25%, more »
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How Debt Consolidation Affects Your Credit

Paul Paquin : June 9, 2018 5:38 pm : Debt Relief Blog
How does debt consolidation affect my credit? Imagine getting cut on your arm with a knife and having a major wound that needed stitches, but you decide just to put a band-aid on it. The band-aid won’t stop the bleeding. The blood will continue to rush down more »
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