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Borrowers of All Credit Ratings Offered No-Frills Cards

28 March 2012

Borrowers of All Credit Ratings Offered No-Frills Cards

In an effort to attract borrowers with high and low credit scores in recent months lenders have begun an aggressive marketing of cards that fit the financial needs of anyone.



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Credit Card Interest Rates Remain Static

9 March 2012

Credit Card Interest Rates Remain Static

The interest rates on new credit card offers have remained the same, according to the latest Weekly Credit Card Rate Report, which looks at the APR on various credit cards on the market.



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Do Not Panic If You Have Received A 1099-C

17 February 2012

Do Not Panic If You Have Received A 1099-C

The last many weeks has seen a flood of questions from the taxpayers who have become very upset after receiving 1099-C or 1099-A forms for debt which were in actual forgiven or never paid or were extinguished in bankruptcy.



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It All Comes Down To Timing For S&P and the EU

25 January 2012

It All Comes Down To Timing For S&P and the EU

January 2012 saw an unexpected bombshell when the rating agency Standard & Poor announced that it was downgrading the credit rating of nine European countries.



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Get Help Overcoming The Holiday Debt Hangover

20 January 2012

Get Help Overcoming The Holiday Debt Hangover

This month became a nightmare for Americans who have been awakening after holiday spending with a huge debt menace.



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Interest Rates On Consumer Cards Hit A 4 Year High

19 January 2012

Interest Rates On Consumer Cards Hit A 4 Year High

USA card holders experienced an increase of 15.14% on average APR rates on credit cards. This increase is a jump from 14.75% rate which was taken by customers just six months ago.



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Balance Transfer Day Is Not What It Seems

19 December 2011

Balance Transfer Day Is Not What It Seems

There were many who applauded “Balance Transfer Day” which was scheduled for December 11, 2011. Consumer advocates were keen for consumers to find the lowest possible interest rates and begin to clear their debts.



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Demand For Consumer Credit On The Increase

17 November 2011

Demand For Consumer Credit On The Increase

The latest Federal Reserve reports show that while consumers now have greater access to credit cards, they are continuing to reduce the amount of debt that they owe.



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Financial Literacy Has Direct Bearing On Wealth

16 November 2011

Financial Literacy Has Direct Bearing On Wealth

A new paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research indicates that if a consumer wants to avoid arriving at their retirement with no assets, then they must improve the financial literacy of their household.



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Advice On Handling Financial Emergencies

10 August 2011

Advice On Handling Financial Emergencies

We never know when financial disaster will strike. It could come in the form of an unexpected medical emergency or some other type of unexpected bill or expense.



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Open Credit Accounts To Build Credit

3 August 2011

Open Credit Accounts To Build Credit

In today’s society it is increasingly important to have an established credit history in your own name. Everyone from mortgage or auto lenders to utilities and prospective employers use credit scores when making decisions that could affect your future.



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New Federal Watchdog Launches To Mixed Reception

28 July 2011

New Federal Watchdog Launches To Mixed Reception

A new federal watchdog launched on Thursday among a flurry of controversy and uncertainty regarding its leadership, its future and it’s powers. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is intended to police all financial products, but many consumers fear it may …



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