How Much Debt Repels Daters?

By |May 11th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , , |

New Survey Shows Average Amounts That Turn Off Suitors Which is the worst first-date mistake – talking about an ex, eating food off your date’s plate, or mentioning that you are heavily in debt?

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This Lender Repos 1 In 3 Cars It Finances — How to Avoid This Cycle

By |May 2nd, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , , , |

You frequently hear about America’s crushing student loan debt, but cars are not far behind — especially subprime auto loans.

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Federal Reserve Raised Interest Rates to Highest Level in a Decade

By |March 22nd, 2018|Categories: Economics / Politics|Tags: , , , |

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the sixth time since late 2015, and bringing them to the highest level in a decade.

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Get Approved for a Personal Loan

By |July 29th, 2011|Categories: Blog, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , |

The following is a post on behalf of Choice Personal Loans Are you looking for a little cash? Thinking about applying for a personal loan? Before you submit an application, there are a few things you should do to ensure that not only you achieve approval, but also obtain the most optimal interest rates and desired borrowing amount. Shop Around

Never “Loan” Money to Friends or Family

By |May 12th, 2011|Categories: Blog, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , |

I was frugal in college. Okay, I was downright cheap. I couldn't help it; I believe it is written somewhere deep inside my DNA. When I was looking for a place to live during my junior year in college, my master plan was to cram three people into a two bedroom apartment for $540 a month. And if that's not

NFL Players Need Loans, Wambulance

By |April 13th, 2011|Categories: Blog, Economics / Politics|Tags: , , , |

If you are a sports fan, you know the NFL Players Association and NFL Owners cannot come to a collective bargaining agreement, and players are essentially out of work until a new deal is in place. The NFLPA has been warning players for two years that a lockout was possible, and that they should save accordingly so they can support