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With over 30 years of combined experience, a Better Business Bureau A+ rating, and a zero complaint history, you can feel confident that PCS Debt Relief will be a debt relief company you can trust. We are headquartered in St. Louis, MIssouri and offer our debt relief services nationwide.
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How Your Tax Refund Can Jumpstart Your Financial Recovery

Each year, as taxpayers, we receive a portion of what we are owed from federal and state tax refunds. This refund can help those in financial hardships recover quickly, as most refunds are deposited 21 days after you file your claim to the IRS. This refund can also serve as a bonus to repay yourself if you are ready to take a vacation or want to make a special purchase for yourself.

Your refund can be […]

January 30th, 2018|Tags: , |

What Happens After Bankruptcy?

Why you filed bankruptcy is your business. What happens after filing bankruptcy and your evaluation of what lead you to do so that can help your future financial goals.

Choosing to file bankruptcy is a personal decision.

  • Unexpected or sudden job loss?
  • Overwhelming medical expenses?
  • Unmanageable or out of control debt?

Again, your reasons are unique to you.


January 23rd, 2018|Tags: , |

Am I qualified for Debt Settlement?

When you are faced with a financial nightmare and aren’t sure what options you have, our credit advisors can help you determine your best option. This solution might be credit counseling, debt settlement, or applying for reduced monthly payments and lower interest rates with your creditors. The preferred method of eliminating debt is often debt settlement, but you must be eligible for this program. That leads us to the question, “Am I qualified for debt […]

January 16th, 2018|

How to Stay Debt-Free with a Slight Shift in Perspective

The word “debt” sounds as heavy as it feels. And it doesn’t matter if you’re under a mountain or a small mound of it.

Eliminating debt is one thing. Staying out of debt is another.

Each can have a lot to do with your perspective or your mindset about it.

Financial writer, Holly Johnson reminds that getting free from debt isn’t that you’re “…smarter or better than people who just can’t seem to get out of debt; very […]

January 9th, 2018|Tags: |

Using Credit Cards To Improve Your Credit Score

We all know that credit cards impact your credit score. But there are so many unknowns when it comes to how to use them to your advantage. Opening a line of credit is one of the easiest ways to begin establishing a credit history. But, applicant beware as there are some things to consider first.


How many credit cards is the right amount? A healthy number of credit lines (including credit cards) is anywhere from 11 […]

January 4th, 2018|Tags: , |

A Guide to Becoming Debt Free

If you realize your spending has gotten messy and needs some cleaning up, here is what you might want to do. Develop a list of your credit card balances, all outstanding balances for that matter. Then, once you have a clear picture of what you owe, organize the debts from least to greatest. Pay off your debt beginning with the smaller account balances. The best way to do this is to make your minimum payments […]

December 19th, 2017|Tags: , , , |
  • Can you sell your house if you have a home equity line of credit?

If You Have a HELOC Can You Sell Your Home?

A HELOC (home equity line of credit) is considered a lien against the home, just like a primary mortgage and a home equity loan.  The value of the HELOC lien is the amount currently owed on the line of credit.  For example, if you have a HELOC with a loan limit of $30,000 and you currently have a borrowed balance of $20,000, the current lien value would be the balance owed plus any HELOC prepayment […]

November 2nd, 2016|Tags: , , |
  • Six HELOC tips to consider when looking for a HELOC

Six HELOC Tips To Avoid Seeking Future Debt Relief

A HELOC (home equity line of credit) is a revolving line of credit issued by a lender based on the equity available in the home.  Just like a home equity loan, the home equity line of credit uses  the borrowers home as collateral.   Unlike a home equity loan, the HELOC allows the borrower to use and pay back money as needed up to the credit limit for the term of the line of credit.


October 24th, 2016|Tags: , |
  • Second mortgage debt relief options include debt settlement

Second Mortgage Debt Relief Options

Home equity loans and home equity lines of credit (HELOC) are good options for many people that have equity in their home and want to leverage that equity to cover additional expenses.  The  primary advantage of these types of loans is that they typically have a much lower interest rate than other types of loans, or lines of credit, because they use the home to secure the debt.

Unfortunately, if the borrower […]

October 11th, 2016|Tags: , |
  • A HELOC is a home equity line of credit.

What is a HELOC?

A HELOC (home equity line of credit) is a revolving line of credit issued by a lender using the borrowers home as collateral.   Similar in some ways to a credit card, the HELOC allows the borrower to use and pay back money as needed up to the credit limit.

The size of the line of credit issued for a HELOC depends on a number of factors including the borrower’s credit score and the amount of home […]

October 3rd, 2016|Tags: , |
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