March 20, 2012, by Jon Dell
Going off the grid, accepting cash payments from your mortgage lender or bank to abandon your home before it goes into foreclosure are just two ways the financial horizon has shifted.
February 21, 2012, by Jon Dell
While the terminology often stays quite consistent in the credit card and financial industries, there are those times when a update is good for the wallet. Here, you’ll find the most commonly used terms.
December 1, 2011, by Antonio Bard
Everyone has the occasional financial difficulties, but there are a few things you can do to keep the trauma limited. Contact your credit card company to work out payment arrangements.
December 4, 2010, by Beth May
Any method of payment and regular outgoings are best managed by using credit cards. Some offer low rates to make the corresponding banks more appealing to customers, while some offer bonuses and incentives to lure their customers to their plan.
November 19, 2010, by Antonio Bard
Customers will and are feeling the tightening of bank lending, and credit availability. The US Government will need to make cuts in order to increase customer spending, as printing money cannot solve debt crises. Customer spending needs to increase to stimulate private sector retail again.
July 30, 2010, by Beth May
I have a friend who wants to condense her charge card balances, also known as debt consolidation. In December of 2009, the bank declined her application for a home loan due to the fact that she had a lot of credit that was revolving.