Tag Archive | "Economy"

Can You Be Trusted With a Credit Card?

Monday, November 19, 2012

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Can You Be Trusted With a Credit Card?

Owning a credit card is a bigger responsibility then most people see it as, and that is proven true, given that the average American has a credit card debt of just under $15,000. That amount is staggering, but not surprising given the current state of the economy and the culture that people have been raised in. […]

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What is stopping you from selling your house?

Sunday, August 26, 2012

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What is stopping you from selling your house?

In today’s housing market there are already enough difficulties in trying to sell property. The average length it takes to sell a house has increased by over four weeks in the past year. Property prices, although they have increased slightly since the collapse of the economy are not what they once were, and most importantly […]

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Keeping College Within Your Means

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

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Keeping College Within Your Means

Students these days are faced with a double-edged sword. They are repeatedly told how important it is for them to get their college degree, yet colleges and universities keep raising their rates, fees, and tuition—making it an ever-more expensive, unattainable goal. Add in the bad economy and job market and it becomes an even bigger […]

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Home Affordable Mortgage Program – The Basics

Monday, November 1, 2010

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Unfortunately, there are now millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes. Borrowers today are becoming delinquent for a number of different reasons. Maybe you are a victim of the wave of unscrupulous loans written between 2001 and 2006. Many of these loans were designed to fail, and the rate resets proved impossible to […]

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How To Deal With Collection Agencies

Saturday, July 31, 2010

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How To Deal With Collection Agencies

The current economy has caused many of us to fall behind on our bills, and in the worst scenarios a collection agency becomes involved. Consumers hit by a job lay off or unexpected medical expenses often have maintained stellar credit over the years, and they have no idea of how to deal with a collection […]

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