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5 Ways You Didn’t Know Bad Credit Could Hurt You.

5 Ways You Didn’t Know Bad Credit Could Hurt You.

| September 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

How having bad credit could hurt you in many aspects of life you didn’t know about. If you have bad credit, other than not being able to get a credit card, there are many other things you maybe didn’t know could affect you negatively. Apartment or condo Lease Denied You just located that excellent apartment […]

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Key Causes of Financial Trouble

Key Causes of Financial Trouble

| June 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

We as Americans are heavily in debt.  The average household has approximately $130,922 in debt, with most of that due to mortgages, auto loans, student loans, and credit card debt. Unfortunately, these numbers may not be accurate.  Most people under-report how much debt they actually have, so many statistics surrounding debt are lower than they […]

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Personal Loan: The Perfect Fail-Safe During Emergencies

Personal Loan: The Perfect Fail-Safe During Emergencies

| April 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

A personal loan can be termed as an emergency fund that gives you access to funds to mitigate sudden incidents/investments that require a lot of money. Tackling these issues with your savings can leave you financially unstable. Personal loans are quick, unsecured, and have a substantial tenure for repayment. There’s no reason to doubt why […]

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How to Relieve Yourself from Financial Debt

How to Relieve Yourself from Financial Debt

| January 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

Being in debt, or at least, being in debt you can’t cope with, is one of the most stressful things any person can go through, and it does affect a lot of us. Sometimes it can seem as though there’s no way of getting out of that downward spiral, but with a bit of thought […]

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5 Tips to Quickly Improving Your Credit Score while Preparing for a Loan Application

5 Tips to Quickly Improving Your Credit Score while Preparing for a Loan Application

| July 24, 2015 | 1 Comment

Countless Americans have less-than-spectacular credit scores. The recent economic downturn, late payments on certain credit items and seasonal layoffs are just some examples of reasons why someone’s credit score may be lower than they would like. The good news is that there are ways to raise your credit score relatively quickly when applying for a […]

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2015 is Halfway Over – Are You on Top of Your Debt?

2015 is Halfway Over – Are You on Top of Your Debt?

| June 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Every year millions of American vow to resolve their debt and gain better control of their financial futures. Statistics show that credit card debt in 2015 averages to approximately $15,000 per household. Where on the scale do you compare? Now that we are halfway through with 2015, where do you stand in regards to paying […]

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Simple Ways You Can Help Your Family Get Out Of Debt And Start Saving

Simple Ways You Can Help Your Family Get Out Of Debt And Start Saving

| May 16, 2015 | 1 Comment

The US Census Bureau states that the average American household was $70,000 in debt in 2011. While a large portion of that is usually a mortgage, the average outstanding debt for credit cards, medical bills, car notes and student loans still stood at $7,000. If you want to get your family out of debt and […]

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Five Bad Financial Decisions Low-Income Families Make

Five Bad Financial Decisions Low-Income Families Make

| April 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

Whether you rely on government assistance for help paying some bills or putting food on the table or your simply struggling to get by on a low-income, making your money last longer is important. When you don’t have a lot of money it’s easy to make mistakes with the money you do have. Here are […]

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Dealing With Debt? What You Need To Gain Financial Freedom Again

Dealing With Debt? What You Need To Gain Financial Freedom Again

| March 13, 2015 | 1 Comment

Being in debt is exhausting. If you’re dealing with debt, you are probably experiencing a high level of stress. However, it’s important to remember that there are ways to deal with your financial problem. The longer you put it off, the more serious your financial situation will become. If you’re ready to start living a […]

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