Freezing Your Credit

In the age of paperless transactions, identify theft is something that virtually all of us are susceptible to. If your identity is stolen, the consequences can be severe, and in some cases, can take years to recover from. One way to be proactive against fraud and defend yourself from identity theft, is to freeze your […]

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EverQuote Can Help You Get Life Insurance For As Low As $7/Month

Don’t know which life insurance you need? EverQuote can help you sort through the ocean of options to find a policy that’s right for you.

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By: Tonya Cox

I am not sure what to do...I went thru a debt consolidation company and completed in back in 8 years later this collection agency is coming after me saying I owe 27,000 on an old debt. Mind you that I have not heard anything nothing notta from this company since 2009 now they are threatening to have a lien on our home..they drained my checking account and have tried 3 other banks to get money which were NOT my accounts they are grasping at straws and I don't know if there is anything I can do this company will NOT work with me they want full 27,000 now..please help with any advice you may have thanks

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Can I Sue a Company for Sending Me to Collections?

It happens. A collections notice shows up, a debt collector starts calling or you find a negative report on your credit history, but you know you paid the account in question. Can you sue a company for sending you to collections for money you didn’t owe? Find out more about what the law says about... Read More

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How To Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy

Depending on your personal situation, filing for bankruptcy may be the best option to solve your financial problems. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies both come with major repercussions. However, they certainly don’t end your…

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Giving Gift Cards This Holiday Season? Go Electronic

A recent Bankrate report indicates that electronic gift cards are probably a better choice when you are giving to members of the younger generation.

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What’s a Good Credit Score?

Your credit score is incredibly important. In fact, this number is so influential on various financial aspects of life that it can determine your eligibility to be approved for credit cards, car loans, home mortgages, apartment rentals, and even certain...

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Plymouth Rock Assurance Review

Founded in 1982, Plymouth Rock Assurance provides a selection of property insurance and bodily injury insurance products to customers across the states of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire. In this Plymouth Rock Assurance review, we’ll compare this provider to other regional and national insurance carriers, helping you find the best insurance policy for your needs. Plymouth Rock Car Insurance Coverage Plymouth Rock Assurance offers a […]

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When Is the Best Time to Buy a Car?

Timing is everything and when it comes to buying a car, that saying couldn’t be more true. Negotiating and haggling with car salesmen can reduce the price of what you have to pay for a new whip. But if you … Continue reading →

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