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Once a 13 has been approved and the plan has been implemented the trustee only has power concerning major financial decisions. If the assets/income(s) were properly filed pertaining to the bankruptcy, any exempted funds can be used at the descretion of the debtor. However, most people are left with very little to live on while in a chapter 13, therefore it is advisable to consult the trustee or the bankruptcy attorney before making any financial decisions.

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Q: While in a chapter 13 how much can you deposit in a secured credit card account?
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While in a chapter 13 how much money can you deposit in a secured credit card savings account?

While in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the money that can be deposited in a secured credit card savings account varies individually. The amount must be presented to a trustee and approved based on the case.


How much money do I need to deposit for a secured visa credit card and what are the interest rates like for them?

The lowest amount you should deposit in a secured visa credit for you get interest is $ 500.00. Expect to get 5 % interest back into your account.


What is a secured credit card?

a credit card that is secured by a deposit of your own money


Do you have to put a deposit on a secured credit card?

Yes, the fact it is "secured" is what that means.


What is a unsecured credit card?

A secured credit card requires a security deposit. An unsecured credit card is the traditional credit which does not require a security deposit.


How to rebuild credit after bankruptcy?

A great option to rebuild credit after bankrutpcy is getting a secured credit card. Secured credit cards can be used just like regular credit cards, the key difference is that they require an up front deposit to secure the credit limit. For example if you want a $500 credit limit, you will need to make a $500 deposit. For most secured cards there is no credit or bankruptcy check. You will receive a card as long as the issuer can verify your identity, residence and deposit. You will build positive credit as long as you make your monthly payments on time and keep your balance below your credit limit. Once you build positive credit histoty, you can then qualify for unsecured credit cards. You can close your secured credit card account at any time and receive a full refund of your original deposit amount (minus anything you owe). For more information secured credit cards check out http://www.yourcreditcardgps.com/best-secured-credit-cards.html


What is the difference between a credit card and a secured credit card?

A consumer credit card is issued to you on good faith that you will build debt and pay it off. A secured credit card is issued to you for the amount that you deposit into a secured savings account. The debt you charge to your card cannot exceed the amount that you have in your account. Once you show good faith that you are responsible enough to maintain your credit to debt ratio and pay your bills on time, the company may offer you a consumer card in place of the secured card. A secured credit card is a great way to establish credit.


What is the Difference Between a consumer credit card and a secured credit card?

A consumer credit card is issued to you on good faith that you will build debt and pay it off. A secured credit card is issued to you for the amount that you deposit into a secured savings account. The debt you charge to your card cannot exceed the amount that you have in your account. Once you show good faith that you are responsible enough to maintain your credit to debt ratio and pay your bills on time, the company may offer you a consumer card in place of the secured card. A secured credit card is a great way to establish credit.


What is cash deposit credit adjustment?

When you have cash deposit credit adjustment how do you post it to ledger account


Does a secured credit card build credit the same was a normal card?

No, you have to deposit money in the account first, after that they give you a credit based on the amount you deposited. But the deposited amount stays in there until they change it to an unsecured card.


Which Banks offer secured credit cards?

Just about all of your major banks offer them. Capital One, Bank of America, etc. Make sure that when you do apply that your deposit gets secured in a FDIC insured account.


Which credit cards are secured?

Secured credit cards require that you supply a cash deposit as collateral that becomes the actual line of credit. When first establishing credit or reestablishing credit secured credit cards are an excellent method to use and most banks will be able to provide information on the secured credit cards they offer.

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