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Ask the Dolans: Will my bad credit hurt my new spouse?

Ken and Daria Dolan, America's First Family of Personal Finance, answer your questions every Friday.

Dear Ken and Daria,

I filed for bankruptcy and have recently gotten remarried. I wanted to know if my credit rating will hurt my new husband's credit. (He has excellent credit.) Thank you for your help!

Monica

Ken and Daria Dolan offer advice on debt management and living credit smart in their special report "8 Secrets Your Credit Card Company Doesn't Want You to Know," free from Dolans.com

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