Bankruptcy is a negative on your credit report, just as judgments, foreclosures, and repossessions are. Bankruptcy does not permanently ruin your credit rating, and many people who file bankruptcy can buy houses and cars, and obtain loans and credit cards. By law, credit reporting agencies can carry a bankruptcy on your credit report for up to 10 years.
Will Filing Bankruptcy Ruin My Credit Rating Forever?
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