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Bankruptcy Happens to Celebrities, Too

Bankruptcy Happens to Celebrities, Too

In fact, celebrities file bankruptcies as often as the secretary, construction worker or television reporter.



by Roberta Sanchez

JPMorgan Named In Banking Accountability Litigation

JPMorgan Named In Banking Accountability Litigation

The U.S. Justice Department is now targeting major banks in an attempt to find fault in the present financial crisis plaguing the country. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co is the first to be investigated.



by Scott Townsend

Chase No Longer Charging Overdrafts On Small Purchases

Chase No Longer Charging Overdrafts On Small Purchases

In light of their recent class-action settlement, Chase has adopted a new policy that protects customers from overdraft charges on debit transactions of $5 or less for at least the next two years.



by Joanne Lee

Lenders Still Pursuing Subprime Accounts

Lenders Still Pursuing Subprime Accounts

A recent statistic shows that subprime credit status is not stopping lenders from pursuing new accounts with potential clients.



by CreditCardsCo

Lowering Interest Rates Still A Solid Strategy For Saving Money

Lowering Interest Rates Still A Solid Strategy For Saving Money

Reducing interest rates still remains the best way to remain in control of your loans and credit card balances.



by Joanne Lee

Dropping Default Data May Mean Decreasing Debt

Dropping Default Data May Mean Decreasing Debt

Figures released in the past week or so, have shown that loans of many types, credit cards excepted, have seen a decrease in the rate of defaults for three months in succession.



by Roberta Sanchez

Does The Internet Cause Inefficiency and Security Lapses?

Does The Internet Cause Inefficiency and Security Lapses?

We have all heard about how social networks such as Facebook are having a negative impact on employee productivity and the media has been awash with accounts of how companies are attempting to deal with the growing problem.



by CreditCardsCo

FTC Shut Down India Based Scam Debt Collector

FTC Shut Down India Based Scam Debt Collector

The majority of consumers are now well aware of the various telephone scams in operation designed to steal your personal details as they have been running for several years now.



by Brent Thomas

Increase In Sub-prime Lending Seen Across All Sectors

Increase In Sub-prime Lending Seen Across All Sectors

According to the latest information released by Equifax in partnership with Moody’s Analytics, sub-prime lending has increases across all industry sectors for the spring season.



by Scott Townsend

CARD Act Could Have Cost Consumers Billions

CARD Act Could Have Cost Consumers Billions

Recent reports have indicated that the introduction of the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009 rather than saving money, may actually has cost consumers millions of dollars.



by Scott Townsend

1099-C Forms Cause Tax Mess

1099-C Forms Cause Tax Mess

It is estimated that up to 6.3 million taxpayers have recently received 1099-C forms that are for reporting the cancellation of debt income.



by Roberta Sanchez

Credit Card Interest Rates Remain Static

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.



by Brent Thomas




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