I am not sure what to do…I went thru a debt consolidation company and completed in back in 2009..now 8 years later this collection agency is coming after me saying I owe 27,000 on an old debt. Mind you that I have not heard anything nothing notta from this company since 2009 now they are threatening to have a lien on our home..they drained my checking account and have tried 3 other banks to get money which were NOT my accounts they are grasping at straws and I don't know if there is anything I can do this company will NOT work with me they want full 27,000 now..please help with any advice you may have thanksContinue reading
While you can use aÂ debit card toÂ pay for almost all the things you would use a credit card for, these cards aren’t the same type of thing. AÂ debit card is tied to existingÂ money, either prepaid on the card itself or in your savings orÂ checking account. A credit card lets you make purchases on credit, and… Read More
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For most people, working is inevitable: You need a job toÂ afford your lifestyle. The trick, of course, is to find a balance where you can earn the money you need without spending all of your time in the workplace. Some … Continue reading →
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If you want to keep utility costs consistent month to month, budget billing may be for you.
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Do you like to save, have flexibility and skip hidden costs? Then the answer is probably yes.
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While paying your rent with a credit card has both benefits – raise your credit score! – and drawbacks – hello, fees – the process is nevertheless becoming easier. Now, tenants have more options and opportunities to charge their rent. Find out if it makes sense for you.Continue reading
Nobody wants to pay off student loans longer than they have to, yet far too many people are stuck in lengthy repayment plans that seem like theyâll never end. While income-driven repayment plans backed by the federal government ask you to pay down loans for 20 to 25 years before leading to loan forgiveness, even the âstandardâ […]
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AÂ credit cardÂ is designed to help you in an emergency, to give you options when there are none. But what happens if you have a maxed-outÂ credit cardÂ in one hand and an empty card in the other, can you use oneÂ credit cardÂ to pay off the other and, more importantly, should you? TheÂ short answerÂ is yes and… probably not. […]
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When it comes to excuses consumers give for their poor credit scores, banks and lenders have heard it all.Â Maybe you lost your job and couldnât pay your student loan payment for a few months.Â Or perhaps you thought youâd gotten a deferment but were too busy job hunting to find out for sure.Â Maybe you […]Continue reading