(guest post by Kane Clark)
Tips to enjoy all the privileges
Is your bankruptcy case over?
Did you get your bankruptcy discharge?
Well, if so, then it means that you are free
of your personal liability, unless you
reaffirmed a debt.
However, you'll still may have trouble
obtaining credit, because filing bankruptcy
means you did not pay all your bills.
Bankruptcy stays on your credit up to ten years, though you are
never prohibited from borrowing money.
Yet, there is some good news in this.
You do not have outstanding credit card debt, loans, medical bills,
utility bills, and so on.
Thus, after your bankruptcy gets discharged officially, you may
concentrate in increasing your savings, paying down the debts that hadn’t
been forgiven such as student loans, court costs, child support
It is important that you make the right decision about your
expenses and try to improve your credit score after bankruptcy.
*Applying for new credit*
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