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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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Dealing with Debt: Consolidation

Sunday, October 21, 2012

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Dealing with Debt: Consolidation

Because of the economic crisis, many Americans have been forced to take out loans or make purchases on their credit cards in the last few years. Most people do not have access to cash savings and need to use credit in order to fund their lifestyle. This has created a situation of out of control […]

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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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Difficulties with Getting a Mortgage if you’re Self Employed

Monday, May 7, 2012

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Difficulties with Getting a Mortgage if you’re Self Employed

It is notoriously difficult to get a mortgage if you are self-employed. It’s certainly not impossible, but it is harder to achieve than if you are employed by someone else. And it has got even harder since the financial collapse of 2007, which was due in part to irresponsible mortgage lending. What’s more Self cert […]

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Simplifying financial decisions

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

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Many people are interested in investing to secure their future. It is usually understood that it is not a good idea to rely entirely on the government to provide sufficient funds for retirement. There are many financial products to choose from that allow individuals to take care of their own financial future. Many things can […]

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Your Credit Score

Sunday, October 17, 2010

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Hey everyone, It’s James here to discuss a topic you’ve surely heard discussed a million times. Nonetheless, due to its importance, I desire to stress to NeedMoney readers the importance of maintaining a good credit score. For the uninitiated, your credit score (often referred to as a FICO score) is a number assessed to you […]

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Saving Big vs. Saving Small

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

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Saving Big vs. Saving Small

One of the first things you hear about when looking for ways to save is the so-called “latte tax,” or what it adds up to when you buy coffee out all the time. Sure, java expenses can add up, but you would have to drink a lot of coffee for it to make a meaningful […]

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How can you pay off your credit card debts?

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

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How can you pay off your credit card debts?

Are you unable to make timely payments towards your credit cards? Do you wish to get rid of them? If yes, you must immediately prepare a budget for yourself and determine ways by which you can save some amount each month to repay your bills. If your financial situation does not permit you to repay […]

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What the &%*# is Happening In Greece — And Will It Affect Me?

Sunday, May 16, 2010

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What the &%*# is Happening In Greece — And Will It Affect Me?

Europe is in crisis. You’ve surely witnessed scenes of rioting and anarchy playing out on the streets of one of the world’s oldest democracies. What exactly is happening in Europe? Think of the EU (European Union) as your family. One family member (Greece) engages in reckless financial practices and runs up a huge amount of […]

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