Here's a great article from Vickie Elmer of the New York Times.
Here's a great article by Kristina from credit sesame:
Meeting with clients from Racine to Saukville to Waukesha, we find that very often people struggle to understand their credit reports.
We've all heard of the mortgage crisis, which has effected Milwaukee and the surrounding area along with the rest of the country. Experts now predict the next wave of financial calamity may come from the tremendous amount of student loans held by Americans who can't find jobs that will pay enough to pay them off. No one wants to be in that situation, and Farnoosh Torabi has some advice below that may help you avoid the student loan bubble.
You are an adult. You are approaching your bankruptcy as an adult - making the hard decisions and living with the consequences. But you can admit it. Despite your ability to try and remove the emotion from this decision to file bankruptcy, there is a big worry in the back of your mind that the entire world is going to know you filed for bankruptcy. And if everyone knew, that would be really embarrassing.
Like so many of our Milwaukee, Wisconsin area clients, when you hire us you'll eliminate or reorganize your debt and be a position to start building again. Miller and Miller has assisted millions of families in rebuilding their financial lives and our services don't end with eliminating debt. Call us today and meet us in Kenosha, or Milwaukee to discuss how to repair or rebuild your credit after enduring tough times. This can help you save in other ways and to begin thinking about things like investing and on that note, here's a great bit of advice from Matthew Burton of Mint.com:
Here's a great article by Adrian Nazari. In the metro Milwaukee and Waukesha area many people are looking for options to help them with their student loan debt as the rise of college costs and the lack of jobs offering wages that can cover the expense becomes the norm. If you are in Wisconsin and are looking for ways to help you manage your debt, call Miller and Miller today: 414-326-9231.
More and more, people in Wisconsin are calling our office after getting involved with some kind of credit card or mortgage scam. If you are in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Kenosha, or Racine, call our office before sending money to a company that promises the world for a hefty up-front fee.
If you are one of thousands of Wisconsin home owners worried about the value of your home there is good news and bad news: Values will continue to drop this year but forecasters predict values to begin to rise in 2013. Here's an interesting article on the subject from Yahoo! Finance.
While foreclosures in the Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine area are trending down, people in Wisconsin are still very interested in ways to help them manage their mortgages. One bright spot in these difficult economic times has been the low mortgage rates, check them out here.