Having a good credit score can open doors for an individual, including but not limited to credit cards and loans. In the Money Geek article, ” The Practical Guide to Improving Credit Fast, ” bankruptcy injury attorney, Matthew Alden, shared the following: (1) The fastest way to raise your credit score (2) The worst financial move for your credit score
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The FOX news article that included Attorney Matthew Alden’s insight on personal loans, was also published by FOX 13 Tampa Bay. This syndicated post was titled, “How to Get Rid of Medical Debt Without Damaging Your Credit.”
If you’ve decided to file for bankruptcy, it’s important to be strategic about how you spend money before and after the process. Attorney Matthew Alden shares exactly what you should keep in mind in the Bankrate article entitled, “The Risks of Spending Money Before or After Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.”
Many Americans struggle with medical debt, and unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic made it worse. In the Fox 10 news article, “How to Get Rid of Medical Debt Without Damaging Your Credit,” Matthew Alden shares how a personal loan is one of four viable solutions to eliminate your debt and achieve financial stability.
Bankruptcy attorneys Paul Kuzmickas and Matt Alden were mentioned in an article discussing the lawsuit filed against Debt Arbitrators, LLC and Debt Relief Advocates, LLC. The case, which was presented by both Luftman, Heck & Associates’ attorneys, addressed how these companies obtained data from a consumer reporting agency and used it to market their debt settlement services to Ohio residents.
Did you know that as a consumer you could negotiate with your creditors? And did you know that it would help you avoid collection agencies plus improve your credit score? In the GOBankingRates article, “How to Improve Your Credit Score by Negotiating With Creditors,” Attorney Paul Kuzmickas shares how you can get rid of your debt and improve your financial health.
Attorney Paul Kuzmickas shared with TheStreet why some retirees may choose to file Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. He specifically mentioned that this type of bankruptcy is best for someone who is struggling with income tax liens or second mortgage debt in the article entitled, “Why Some Retired People Might Consider Filing for Bankruptcy.”
Luftman, Heck & Associates attorney, Paul Kuzmickas, was quoted in The New York Times article entitled, “Bankruptcy Can Help Seniors Protect Assets.” In the article, Paul shared the leverage that retirees have with creditors and encouraged seniors to always negotiate first.
Loans offer relief but also have hidden costs that everyone should be aware of. In the U.S. News & World Report article, “The Hidden Costs of Loans,” Attorney Paul Kuzmickas confirms that understanding the small charges associated with a loan will help you make the best decisions for your financial health.
Luftman, Heck & Associates Attorney, Paul Kuzmickas shared how consumers can avoid increasing their credit card debt during the holidays. In the NetCredit article entitled “How Holiday Shopping Affects Credit Reports,” he emphasized what can be practiced this year and during next year’s holiday season. For example, he emphasized that making a plan is extremely effective.