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Can you still buy a house when you have credit card debt?

05th July 2008
Buying a house is the American dream. Unfortunately, it seems like having credit card debt is the American way when it comes to money.If you've bought a house in the last 10 years, you know that real estate has been a very good investment, as house values... Read >
Author: Kris Bickell

Buy Tax Liens Over the Counter

21st June 2008
Maybe the intense competition and split-second decisions inherent to an auction make you nervous. Maybe you don't have the time or the extra gas money to travel to an out-of-state sale. Or maybe all the auctions you've attended lately haven't been offerin... Read >
Author: Brent Crouch

Bad debt personal loans: write off your bad debts

30th April 2008
Now days, several people fall in the trap of bad debt for no fault of theirs. Earlier this would make the person less credible for availing the loan facility. But now it is not so. With bad debt person loans on offer, there is solution to this problem. Th... Read >
Author: John Tracey

Using Commercial Cards In Your Business

16th June 2007
Although credit cards are often associated with individuals, using credit cards within business is also a viable option. If you have a business, then using commercial credit cards could really help you to keep track of spending and improve your business c... Read >
Author: Peter Kenny

How to Dramatically Increase Your Credit Score

14th May 2007
Everyone is concerned about their credit score, and they certainly should be! Our lives are controlled and run by our credit scores. Nobody said it was fair but that's the way it is. We have these powerful credit gods that sit up high on their thrones and... Read >
Author: Robbie Hopcraft

How to Bank On Yourself and Get Back the Interest You Pay to Lease or Finance Business Equipment

20th March 2007
What if there was a simple way to bank on yourself and become your OWN source of financing for the business equipment you buy or lease? You'd make the same profits that banks and leasing companies are now making on you! Now what if I told you that, ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

How to re-establish credit history

09th February 2007
We all know how it's important to have good credit history. Rebuilding credit history takes time, sometimes over 18 months, and hard work. You need to prove good solvency and get positive items on your credit report. As a consumer you've learned the impo... Read >
Author: Credit Expert

Enjoy Your Wedding with Bad Credit Wedding Loans

26th October 2006
Are you trying to plan a wonderful wedding for your beloved or son or daughter? Is it that you are running short of money and have a bad credit history? You do not have to worry about this any more. Bad credit wedding loans are meant to take you out of th... Read >
Author: Jasmine Vadera

Commercial Truck Financing Low Cost Loan for Truck Business

04th October 2006
Trucks are not any ordinary vehicles but instead play major role in boosting any country's economy as they carry heavy load of various types of goods to longer distances at low cost and in time. Truck is most useful for enhancing one's business. Because o... Read >
Author: Celeste Parker

Little Precautions will Help You in Availing Cheap Car Loans

19th August 2006
In simple terms, we can define cheap car loans as a car loan with low annual percentage rate. And, annual percentage rate is the name given to the sum of rate of interest and costs involved in the loan. In the present scenario, financial market has ab... Read >
Author: Christopher Dean

Understanding Leverage In Commercial Real Estate

18th June 2006
Commercial real estate has many tools that can be used to maximize one's return on investment (ROI). Among the many tools to choose from, leverage is one of the most effective ways to limit (or omit) the amount of personal money you put in a deal, and see... Read >
Author: Tony Seruga, Yolanda Seruga and Yolanda Bishop

The Idiot's Guide to Selecting a Credit Card

07th June 2006
There are literally hundreds - possibly thousands - of credit card offers available to consumers these days. So how do you choose the best one? What should you look for in a credit card? How can you be sure that you won't get stuck with high interest rate... Read >
Author: Patrick Altoft

The difference between secured loans and unsecured loans

07th March 2006
There are many reasons why people get loans. Perhaps they want to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that will never come their way again. Or perhaps they need to fix up the house to get it ready to sell. Or perhaps they need to make a financial decis... Read >
Author: Jeff Lakie

APR, AER and EAR are terms used in financial advertising. What do they mean?

27th January 2006
Have you ever scanned the acres of financial advertising and wondered what APR, AER and EAR really mean? You'll invariably find one or another of these terms in every advertisement for a lending or savings product. Well you're certainly not alone. The... Read >
Author: michael challiner
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