Posts Tagged - 'mortgage'

Foreclosures and Credit Reports

April 24, 2013, by Beth May

4 million Americans faced foreclosures that never should have happened and now, they’re realizing just how hard it is to remove them from their credit reports.

2012: The Year of Credit Changes, Scandals Part 2

December 13, 2012, by Jon Dell

From a financial perspective, 2012 was one of those “non-stop, assume nothing” kind of years.

What is the Shadow Economy?

October 4, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Ever heard of the shadow economy? It’s a growing society that will never be mainstream and it accounts for about 9% of the GDP – and that number is sure to increase.

You’re Broke, but You Still Have to Budget

September 11, 2012, by Jon Dell

The best think you can do is budget your money – especially if you’re broke. It’s the way to see things differently so that you can make big changes.

Have a Will? You Should

July 16, 2012, by Evita Page

It’s crucial to have a will and a living will, no matter how young you are. Not being prepared can cause problems for those left behind.

FHA Halts New Credit Restrictions

July 2, 2012, by CreditCardsLab

Now, FHA loan applicants won’t be required to pay off old debts or disputed credit entries on their credit reports, making owning a home less challenging.

Double Disturbances for Young Consumers

April 26, 2012, by Evita Page

A college degree doesn’t necessarily a high paying job these days and graduates can’t live on credit cards alone.

Taxes are Filed, What Paperwork Should You Save?

April 12, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Getting those taxes filed isn’t the end of your tax season. Now you have to determine what to save and what to trash. Here are a few of the recommendations by experts.