Tag Archive | "Debts"

How to Improve Your Credit Score

Sunday, June 9, 2013

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If you find yourself with a less-than-desirable credit score, it needn’t be the end of the world as there are numerous ways of improving your score. It can sometimes seem like an impossible task if you’re stuck in a quagmire of late payments and old debt, but here are some tips that you might find […]

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The Pros and Cons of Settling Your Debts

Monday, June 3, 2013

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Over the past four years we’ve unfortunately had to become familiar with the term, “short sale,” which is actually a settlement accepted by your mortgage lender. And while mortgage settlements have become a common practice over the past few years, the process of settling other debts, such as credit card debt and debts being worked […]

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Debt consolidation

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

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When debt becomes overwhelming, consumers have several different options to deal with the situation. For some, bankruptcy is the only option when paying off the bills is impossible without legal assistance to get things under control. Unfortunately, this often reflects poorly on a credit report and it can be tough to get a loan or […]

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Where to Cut When You Need Money

Monday, May 20, 2013

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Many of us are currently feeling the strain when it comes to living expenses and paying the bills and when you see that even governments around the world as well as the in U.S are cutting their spending, you know that the drive to save cash is something a lot of us are having to […]

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Top Tips to Avoid Crippling Christmas Debt

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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Top Tips to Avoid Crippling Christmas Debt

For many of us, the holidays are the most expensive time of the year. Dining out, entertaining guests, gift shopping, and the hundred other unexpected expenses that inevitably arise during Christmastime can spell economic disaster for anyone. Worst of all, over-spending in December means starting the New Year with an empty bank account and a […]

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What is Insolvency and How Do Businesses Deal with It?

Friday, October 26, 2012

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Insolvency is a very serious situation for any business to be in. It means that it no longer has the ability to pay debts. In many places, continuing to run an insolvent business is against the law, as it can further increase financial difficulties. Having said that, if there is any reasonable way that the […]

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Stay Ahead of Your Game: Avoid Insolvency Long Before It Comes A-Knocking

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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Stay Ahead of Your Game: Avoid Insolvency Long Before It Comes A-Knocking

Few situations are more unpleasant in business than finding yourself faced with the dreaded spectrum of insolvency. Creditors are knocking on your door, threatening to tear it down, your staff is threatening litigation over unpaid salaries and you can barely remember the last time you paid your headquarters rent or utilities. However, difficult as such […]

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How to be smart with your credit card usage

Monday, July 16, 2012

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How to be smart with your credit card usage

It may seem like an obvious statement but there are positives and negatives to owning a credit card, and knowing how to be smart about the way you use one  is crucial. With an economy that’s just as unstable for the country as a whole as it is for the citizens of it, the pitfalls […]

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Funding an Emergency Fund In Three Simple Steps

Friday, July 13, 2012

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Funding an Emergency Fund In Three Simple Steps

While starting an emergency fund may be easy, saving money for an emergency fund is much more difficult. Over the past few months, I have been working hard to pay off some of my credit card debt while also contributing to my emergency fund as per Dave Ramsey and many other financial experts’ recommendations. At […]

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Important Steps to Repairing Your Credit Score

Saturday, June 16, 2012

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Important Steps to Repairing Your Credit Score

Despite being something that most people never get to see, our credit scores these days exert a great deal of influence on our lives. That’s because anything we want to do to improve our personal and economic well-being, from job interviews to mortgage applications, car loans to credit card applications all involve someone checking our […]

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5 tips to get out of debt quickly

Sunday, June 10, 2012

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5 tips to get out of debt quickly

We all have to deal with the debts at some point of our lives. Living with a debt is a headache and it may give birth to health complications like stress and anxiety. As such, we should make proper efforts to become debt free for a peaceful life. This post provides 5 useful tips to […]

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Simplest Ways to Increase Your Credit Score

Thursday, May 3, 2012

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Simplest Ways to Increase Your Credit Score

Your credit score is a number from 300 to 850 that summarizes your credit history. A score closer to 300 signifies to potential lenders that you don’t have a pristine track record, while a score closer to 850 means you typically use loans wisely and pay them back promptly. Because your credit score takes into […]

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But “I Need Money”!

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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But “I Need Money”!

It’s rare to go through life without saying “I need money”. If that’s where you are right now, read on for some ideas about how to get the money you need! Because the Internet is full of sketchy ideas and shady propositions, the NeedMoney.com crew have compiled some of the best legitimate solutions to the […]

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Know the Tips and Tricks to Make Money and Get Out of Debt Quick

Sunday, August 28, 2011

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Know the Tips and Tricks to Make Money and Get Out of Debt Quick

We all know that living debt free means very little financial stress and a lot more money that you can spend, the way you want. However, these days, working 40 hours a week for 40 years is not sufficient to ensure a debt free life. No matter how much you make you are bound to […]

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