A judgment is an order issued by a court of law. When you borrow money, you are legally required to repay the debt. This includes opening a credit card account, getting a line of credit from your bank and obtaining financing for a big purchase. You can also become indebted to service providers. This can… Read More
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The Congressional Budget Office believes the unemployment rate will hit 16% during the summer of 2020 due to the impact of the coronavirus. With so many people on the hunt for a new job, landing an interview and getting hired is going to prove difficult for many. But the truth is that getting a new… Read More
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Bankruptcy is not the end of the world. In fact, while it is more difficult to acquire loans and credit cards, itâs not impossible. In this guide, weâll show you how you can get short-term loans and long-term loans even after you have filed for bankruptcy. Whether you have debt to repay, bills to cover […]
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After months of searching, planning and saving, youâre finally ready to apply for a mortgage. You think you have all your ducks in a rowâyou have great credit and a killer history of making your loan payments on time. But thereâs one small hiccup. A lender noticed that youâve had a recent, slightly unusual cash… Read More
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Are you new to investing? Not sure where to start? Investing for beginners can be overwhelming. There are so many moving parts. With that said, we hope the process we’ll show you today will make it easier for you to get started. What follows are ten steps you can take to become a successful investor…. Read More
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An umbrella insurance policy is defined as an additional level of liability insurance coverage that exceeds the limit of the insuredâs house, car or watercraft. Umbrella insurance adds an extra layer of security to people who find themselves at risk of being sued for damages caused to others in an accident or damages done to… Read More
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Every time thereâs a large credit card breach, youâll hear some expert say risks for consumers are low, because itâs easy to cancel a credit or debit card and get a new one. Not so fast. If fraud appears on your bill, but you donât notice it, youâll pay for it. More important, changing account… Read More
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Buying a home, especially if youâre a first-time home buyer, can be daunting and nerve racking. But it does not have to be. LendingTree’s online loan marketplace has got you covered – at least when it comes to getting a mortgage. A 2016 study by the Office of Research of the Bureau of Consumer Financial …
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When a debt exists there are two parties involved â the creditor, who is the source of the loan, and the debtor, who is the receiver of the loan. If you are a debtor whose…
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In the age of paperless transactions, identify theft is something that virtually all of us are susceptible to. If your identity is stolen, the consequences can be severe, and in some cases, can take years to recover from. One way to be proactive against fraud and defend yourself from identity theft, is to freeze your […]
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