After Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy aims to provide debtors with a fresh start. This section will help you make the most of that fresh start by providing tips on regaining control over your money and maintaining financial health. After bankruptcy, many people wonder when they can get a credit card, car loan, or even a mortgage.

Learn how to improve your chances of getting new credit -- and learn when it's a good idea not to get credit. Along those lines, this section teaches you how to get and check your credit report, and take steps to rebuild your credit.

Are you worried that creditors, employers, or landlords will discriminate against you because of your bankruptcy? Get the facts on who can and who cannot consider your bankruptcy in hiring, firing, extending credit, and renting shelter.

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