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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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 […]
Personal Loans After Bankruptcy is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.
Your guide to understanding how a Fed rate cut could impact your mortgage as a homeowner or prospective buyer.*
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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 […]
Freezing Your Credit is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.
If you’re considering a reverse mortgage, weigh these factors first.
Learn when to swipe your credit card, and when to go debit all the way.
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App Tally offers a unique approach to debt consolidation – making your credit card payments for you to reduce your interest and save you money. While the service has potential, it may not be right for every kind of cardholder.
The following is a guest post from The Savvy Couple. As much as we donât like to admit it, money is a very important tool that can be used to better our lives. So why donât we take better care of managing it? Luckily, there are some savvy money moves that you can make this… Read More
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When it comes to excuses consumers give for their poor credit scores, banks and lenders have heard it all.Â Maybe you lost your job and couldnât pay your student loan payment for a few months.Â Or perhaps you thought youâd gotten a deferment but were too busy job hunting to find out for sure.Â Maybe you […]
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If youâve been keeping your eye on real estate home listings, you mightâve seen more foreclosed properties for sale at a reduced price. With record levels of unemployment and underemployment, many homeowners are falling further behind on their mortgages. Currently, thereâs a federal moratorium on the most common mortgage programs through December 31, 2020. Unless […]
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