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How to Use Payday Loans Without Getting Cheated

Posted on Aug 20, 2015 3:30:00 PM by Admin in Insider, in Poor Credit, in Loan Repayment, in Credit Score Savvy, in Financial Mistakes, in Common Financial Mistakes, in subprime credit

Simple. By steering clear of them altogether.

Payday loans often require interest payments in the triple digits, and lawmakers in some states are actually trying to get rid of them altogether. Their reasoning? In many cases, there are no legal limits on how many personal payday loans a person can take out, leading to an aggressive debt cycle and increased predatory lending.

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Get a Car With Bad Credit Part 2

Posted on Jun 24, 2015 2:16:59 PM by Admin in Poor Credit, in Bad Credit Myths, in Rebuilding Your Credit, in Common Financial Mistakes, in First Time Car Buyers, in subprime credit

In Part One of the series, we discussed the advantages of having current income in order to get approved for a car loan despite bad credit.

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How Do I...Get a Car With Bad Credit

Posted on Jun 23, 2015 2:22:06 PM by Admin in Poor Credit, in Bad Credit Myths, in Rebuilding Your Credit, in Common Financial Mistakes, in First Time Car Buyers, in subprime credit

In Part I of our series, we'll visit one of the key ways you can improve your chances of getting a car with bad credit. This series is designed for anyone who's trying to finance a car with bad credit, or even first-time car buyers who haven't yet had time to build their credit.

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Subprime Credit? You're Not Alone

Posted on Jun 15, 2015 3:53:20 PM by Admin in Poor Credit, in Financial Mistakes, in Money: Do's & Don'ts, in Common Financial Mistakes, in Bankruptcy, in subprime credit

Over Half of Americans Have Subprime Credit

Depending on which credit reporting source you use, your credit could look pretty good--or pretty bad. 

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Go Get a Car Payment: When Buying a New Car Isn't Smart

Posted on Jun 8, 2015 3:52:21 PM by Admin in Bad Credit Myths, in Installment Credit, in Best Credit Practices, in Money: Do's & Don'ts, in Common Financial Mistakes, in Buying Used Car, in car payment

If you're eagerly searching for ways to restore your credit, it might be tempting to buy a new car. New cars typically (though not always!) break down less frequently than used cars, usually require less up-front maintenance, and don't come with a pesky monthly car payment. But just because you might have lucked into some unexpected cash, doesn't mean that buying a new car--or any other large item--outright, is the way to go. In fact, to rebuild your credit, you're actually going to want to take out a loan. 

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Responsible Car Buying: When Public Transportation Isn't An Option

Posted on Jun 4, 2015 4:51:00 PM by Admin in Budgeting, in Car Maintenance, in Money: Do's & Don'ts, in Common Financial Mistakes, in First Time Car Buyers, in Bang for Your Buck

Since Henry Ford and other early 20th Century innovators began cranking out Model Ts like there was no tomorrow, Americans have embraced automobile transporation at consistently staggering heights. Whether yor were one of the original Ford assembly plant workers putting your wages toward a horseless carriage, or a Ford executive looking at recent sales numbers for the F-150 Series, it's easy to see that Americans have long had a love affair with autos. 

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