Financial Help for Those Impacted by COVID-19

    The federal government finally flexed its huge financial muscle, throwing a $2.2 trillion stimulus punch at the coronavirus in hopes it will ease some of the pain American consumers are – or will be – suffering in the fight against COVID-19.The ...

    Fact or Fiction: Debt Relief in the Time of Coronavirus

    Fact or Fiction: Debt Relief in the Time of Coronavirus

    Truth, they say, is the first casualty of war. And on March 13, President Donald Trump put America on a war footing.We’re coming for you, coronavirus.Speaking from the White House Rose Garden and flanked by heavy hitters from Big Pharma and its ...

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    How the New FICO Credit Scoring System Will Affect You

    The announcement that FICO will put two new credit scoring models – FICO 10 and FICO 10T – into play this summer is the ultimate good news/bad news situation for consumers.The good news is that if you have a score anywhere above 680 – and continue ...

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    Consumer Debt Grows as U.S. Economy Expands

    Americans are taking on ever larger debt loads as they struggle to maintain living standards. They are borrowing more on their credit cards, taking on a soaring levels of student debt and signing more and more personal loans, all making the next recession ...

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    NFCC Survey Shows Military Families Financial Struggles

    The U.S. economy might be bustling for civilians, but not all active enlisted members of the military are thriving in it.More than one-third of enlisted military members do not pay their bills on time and about half say they had to get a second job to ...

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    Retirees and Bankruptcy

    People are supposed to relax when they retire, not worry about financial problems. Studies show that a lot of retirees turn to alcohol for debt relief, but there is a better way than booze:  Bankruptcy.The mere word makes a lot of people cringe, ...

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    New Law Allows Credit Freeze

    Security breaches have become so commonplace in the United States that news around them barely causes a ripple these days.Even if it’s news that provides consumers an extra layer of protection and won’t cost them a dime.The Economic Growth, ...

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    HELOCs on the Rise: Why You Should Be Careful

    Across America, home values are on the rise again, surging with the economy. With that surge, homeowners eager to scratch a pent-up-demand itch once again are taking out HELOCs, or home equity lines of credit.Yes, at last, houses that spent much of the ...

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    Personal Loans on the Rise

    The loan business is getting personal.We’re talking personal loans, and they are exactly what they sound like. You borrow money from a lending institution and pay it back.The big difference from mortgages or car loans is that you don’t need ...

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    Nonbanks Fill Demand from Borrowers with Poor Credit

    The era when almost anyone with a pulse could get a loan or mortgage from a commercial bank ended with the financial meltdown of 2008. Today, tightened regulations and a reluctance among large lenders to deal with risky customers has shifted borrowing to ...

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