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Too Much Information Requested

28 March 2013

Too Much Information Requested

It’s no secret marketing efforts to learn more about us, our buying habits, our favorite brands, the music we like to listen to, how much money we spend and earn and even how many children we have. This information is …



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Small Businesses Worried About New Tax Restrictions

5 March 2013

Small Businesses Worried About New Tax Restrictions

As if tax season wasn’t going to be confusing and overwhelming enough, small business owners are now being cautioned to spend a bit of extra time with their returns this year. There are a couple of reasons as to why …



Credit Card News by Roberta Sanchez | No Comments

Loyal3 – The Latest

28 February 2013

Loyal3 – The Latest

For some time now, we’ve followed Loyal3, the company that is partnering with some of the biggest names in the business sector in order to bring the opportunity for millions of consumers to own stock in those companies. And it’s …



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How Sequesters Could Hurt You Financially

26 February 2013

How Sequesters Could Hurt You Financially

For weeks now, we’ve all heard about the ongoing threats between the Obama Administration and the Republicans. We were glad to see those pesky two words, “fiscal cliff” fall to the wayside after the first of the year but the …



Credit Card News by Scott Townsend | No Comments

AZ Sheriff Arpaio Targeted in Credit Card Scam

7 February 2013

AZ Sheriff Arpaio Targeted in Credit Card Scam

Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who has a well known reputation for giving criminals not much slack and forcing them to sleep in campgrounds and wear pink prison clothes, has become an unlikely victim of a credit card scam.



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New Compliance Rules Mean Safer Mortgages

10 January 2013

New Compliance Rules Mean Safer Mortgages

It’s been a long time in the making, but it looks as though the federal government has finally found a way to redefine mortgage guidelines in this country. It is unveiling new mortgage rules on Thursday and the goal is …



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College Freshmen: File for FAFSA

31 December 2012

College Freshmen: File for FAFSA

If you’re a college student, odds are, you already know you can submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on January 1. We can’t encourage these college students enough to file early because it is most certainly a …



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Single and With Credit

28 December 2012

Single and With Credit

For years, we’ve heard about how important our credit scores are; we have been told time and again that our credit history can determine how much we pay in interest on our credit cards, our cars and our homes. Here’s …



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Watch Out for Last Minute Gift Card Traps

21 December 2012

Watch Out for Last Minute Gift Card Traps

By now, we all have heard the warnings to always read the terms and conditions associated with our credit cards. In the past few years, those warnings have been proffered far more often and much louder due to the changes …



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FHA to Change Reverse Mortgage Program

19 December 2012

FHA to Change Reverse Mortgage Program

The controversial reverse mortgage products offered by the FHA are undergoing changes. Some are options that could be put in place right away and others would require bigger changes at the government level.



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Reining in High Student Loan Debt

17 December 2012

Reining in High Student Loan Debt

There’s a lot that’s overwhelming lawmakers’ minds these days, but there’s one big – and potentially devastating – reality that could pose as an even bigger risk in 2013. That reality is the exploding totals associated with student loan debt.



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Former Anonymous Spokesperson Indicted for Credit Card Fraud

10 December 2012

Former Anonymous Spokesperson Indicted for Credit Card Fraud

Barrett Brown, the former spokesperson for Anonymous, has been indicted for trafficking in credit card numbers. The news broke late last week and reads, in part, that Brown “did knowingly traffic in more than five authentication features knowing that such …



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