The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone all around the world. Extended isolation and sudden job losses have everyone thinking about their futures. Lots of people are concerned about losing a reliable income source during this time of crisis. Some have even been forced to shut their businesses. The global pandemic has turned many people’s… Read More
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Just like youâd get an annual health check-up, a regular credit check can help make sure youâve got your finances under control. At the very least, you should check your credit score once a year.…
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A recent Bankrate report indicates that electronic gift cards are probably a better choice when you are giving to members of the younger generation.
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Depending on the time period in which you were raised, many young children and adolescents had differing opinions (and ideals) about what credit was and how it should or shouldnât be utilized. While some were privileged enough to understand the…
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If youâve said your vows or joined your finances with your partner, it might be time to move past the credit card thatâs been by your side all through your single years. Hereâs a rundown of some of the best rewards cards for couples.
I took out a credit card 4 years ago. At the time I had a job. A few months later I ended up getting pregnant and my morning sickness was so bad 24/7 I had lost my job, then was put on bed rest for my last 4 months of my pregnancy. After my daughter was born I could not afford daycare and my significant other made to much to get state assistance. I wasn't able to pay back my credit card debt.it went into collections in 2013. I have not received any paperwork on the credit card or collection agency since early 2014. Now I received a paper in the mail for a summons to appear in court. I am still not working and have no income to pay for this and my boyfriend doesn't make enough to help pay. I also have no family to help me. What should I do?
It happens. A collections notice shows up, a debt collector starts calling or you find a negative report on your credit history, but you know you paid the account in question. Can you sue a company for sending you to collections for money you didn’t owe? Find out more about what the law says about… Read More
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When you have a longstanding, overdue debt with a creditor, whether itâs an unpaid credit card balance, medical bills, or anything else, at a certain point the account will likely be handed over to a…
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Here’s how you can freeze your credit to avoid fraudulent activity. This is especially important after a hack like the one experienced by Equifax recently.
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If youâre unable to pay back a large amount of debt, you might be interested in learning more about debt settlement. Debt settlement works to negotiate with your creditors to forgive all or part of your debt. Throughout this process,…
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