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Debt

Car Accident Law: Remaining Financially Sensible

by Mike on September 27, 2016

Car Accident Law: Remaining Financially Sensible

If you have found yourself in court with a case relating to a car accident, then there is plenty that you need to bear in mind. It can be difficult being in this situation, no matter what side you are on. Of course, for the defense, it is particularly tough. One of the major things […]

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Money Problems? The Steps To Take To Determine If Taking Out A Loan Is The Right Choice For You!

If you’ve tried every other way to get your finances back on track, you may be thinking of taking out a loan as a last resort. While the concept of taking out a loan may be a daunting one, sometimes it’s your only option. If you need to get your hands on money quickly, a […]

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Replace Short-Term Loans with these Finance Tips

Short term loans or payday loans, as they are often referred to, have their place in the financial landscape but should be used only as a last resort and only for small amounts. With smart budgeting, vigorous benefit research and these finance tips, hopefully you can avoid the major pitfalls of short term loans. In […]

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How to Get Help with Rent

by Mike on September 4, 2016

How to Get Help with Rent

Are you behind on rent? Have you looked at your mounting bills and realized you do not know how you will pay next month’s rent? In order to get help with rent payments you will need to know who you can turn to in your time of need. Not all organizations can provide short or […]

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Debt Consolidation – Loans or Credit Cards?

by Mike on January 14, 2016

Debt Consolidation - Loans or Credit Cards?

The advice often given to those with mounting debts is often not to take out further credit, to avoid making the repayments unmanageable. That being said, many people do not realize that money can be saved by consolidating existing debts into a single loan or credit card repayment. The choice of whether to consolidate through […]

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Payday and Peer to Peer Lending options in todays market

Payday loans have become (of necessity) an important option for people who are in dire need of financial assistance right away and are lacking other options.  There may be a lot of other loan choices but what makes payday lenders the go-to choice is that it is fast and doesn’t necessarily require a credit check. […]

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How to Obtain Financing or a Loan with Bad Credit

If you are in need of additional financing to make a necessary purchase or pay off an outstanding debt, securing a loan from a bank or credit union is likely to be your best alternative. However, if you have bed credit due to past financial troubles, you are going to have an extremely difficult time […]

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Where Do Payday Lenders Turn When They Need a Loan

Every business has to start somewhere.  Banks, global corporations and even McDonald’s began as a small business just trying to make it work. This also holds true with payday lenders. Before they started generating any sort of profit, many lenders went cap in hand in search of financial sources to get their businesses off the […]

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managing your bills

I would like to talk about how we all manage bills after seeing the water meter guy yesterday while I was outside washing the car. Now dont get me wrong I am not one of those people who begrudge someone doing their job simply because I disagree about charges or the amount of a bill. […]

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Break Free from Debt with a Peer-to-Peer Loan

Living under the spell of debt can affect every aspect of your life – particularly if you owe money to several different lenders and your trying to juggle out the repayments. It can severely curtail your spending power, cause you a great deal of stress, and ultimately lower your standard of living. If you are […]

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Any college student or recent college graduate has probably heard that the job market for young grads is pretty barren. In fact, 53% of recent graduates were unemployed in 2012 and that’s not all they have to worry about. They also have student loan debt to deal with that is at an all-time high. In […]

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Help with medical debt

It’s something that should never be taken for granted – something considered priceless, invaluable and irreplaceable. No matter what other possessions we have, it heads the list as far as worth, essential to our quality of life. Once it’s lost, we are fortunate if we can recover it. To what are we referring? It’s none […]

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Can You Afford to Drive After A Collision?

by Mike on December 14, 2013

Can You Afford to Drive After A Collision?

According to the World Health Organisation, in 2010, there were an estimated 1.24 million deaths worldwide due to road collisions. This is a tragic figure that needs to come down. If you’ve been victim of a collision that wasn’t your fault, or that was an accident, one question you’ll be asking yourself is whether you […]

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mortgage refinance

The housing crash that began in 2008 was one of the most difficult tests for homeowners.  Millions of Americans saw the value of their homes plummet, forcing many people to find ways of cutting costs to stay in their homes – and in some cases, people were foreclosed right out of their homes. The federal […]

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If you find yourself in credit card debt, you’re not alone. According to the stats, it’s one of the most common sources of financial ruin, with the average U.S. household standing at a remarkable $7,072 in debt due to credit card expenditures. Maybe it’s due to the fact that we’re a nation of excessive capitalists […]

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credit card transfers time

I find it amazing how quick a six to eight months period can go by after you have done one of the credit card transfers and you find yourself again looking at incurring interest on what appeared to be a good spend at the time. I wont go over bad or good debt at this […]

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Ways in Which Debt Worries affect everyone

by Mike on August 11, 2013

lot of debt

Having a lot of debt can prove extremely stressful for the average person, not just in terms of their financial freedom but also in many other ways most of us may not have considered. Debt worries can take its toll and impact you in unusual and different areas of your life. Which is why it […]

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Credit Card fees

In the charge to make financial life fairer for consumers, credit cards have now come into the sights of authorities in both the US and the UAE. Eighteen states in the US are now looking into legislation that will prevent merchants from applying surcharges when customers use their credit cards. This is bad news for […]

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How to Pay Off Multiple Payday Loans

by Mike on April 27, 2013

How to pay off multiple pay day loans

The UK is in the grips of the most significant economic downturn since the 1930s. The banking crash of 2007 has had a profound effect on the millions of hard-working people in the UK who need financial assistance from time to time. Unable to obtain credit or overdrafts from mainstream lenders, an increasing number of […]

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Creativity Can Make You Debt-Free

by Mike on February 6, 2013

Pay off debt

The Truth on How to Pay Off Debt Have you ever tried to pay off debt and end up frustrated and discouraged? Have you attended countless seminars and bought a lot of books on how to get out of debt but still ended up drowned in debt? You might even be wondering how in the […]

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