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 […]
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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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Thereâs nothing worse than finding inaccurate information on your credit report, especially if itâs dragging your credit score down. Fortunately, you can challenge inaccurate items […]
It’s always frustrating to come across a bill and realize it was due yesterdayâor last week. If you’re late on a payment or if you miss it completely, you could end up paying late fees and taking a hit on your credit score. It can be especially difficult if you want to apply for a… Read More
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If you’re applying for a credit card, you might stumble upon this term “accessible income.” In fact, that’s the only situation in which you will come across the term: on a credit card application. So, you need to know what it is. Accessible income is not just income you earn from your regular job. Rather, …
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If you have a car that you’ve been driving for a while and you’re ready to trade it in, you might be wondering how to get the best deal. When you’re trading in a car, it’s a good idea to … Continue reading →
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Shaquille O’Neal purchased this gated mansion in Bell Canyon, CA, for $1,815,000 in February 2018. He recently sold it for almost exactly what he paid for it three years ago.
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While you might be mentally ready to buy a home, your financial situation might tell a different story and will indicate if you’re ready to buy a house.
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Paying off debt can be an excruciating process, depending on how much money you owe. But your debts may not haunt you forever. Most consumer debts have a statute of limitations. That means that after a certain amount of time … Continue reading →
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