The credit scores that can affect many aspects of life for North Carolina residents are based on several factors, including whether an individual has filed for bankruptcy. Some filers may wonder if there's a difference between old and new bankruptcies when it comes to credit scores. The answer is largely dependent on what a debtor does after bankruptcy has been approved.
For many North Carolina residents, their car is a necessary item that allows them to go to work or attend school. However, some people may face serious financial difficulties that prevent them from paying off their car loans. As a result, they may face the threat of repossession. People can contact their lenders and attempt to negotiate a solution, including changing the payment date, deferring the loan, or modifying the terms.
Student debt has become a bigger and bigger presence in the finances of Americans. A recent analysis by Experian points to such debt having increased considerably here in the U.S. over the past decade.