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How to Choose the Best Credit Cards for the Recent Graduate

  Recent graduates — from both high school and college — face similar questions and potential roadblocks when it comes to establishing and maintaining a good credit score and history. It makes sense: they’ve likely been living at home with their parents, or with roommates in dorms, with little or no need to worry about their own personal finances. But, once graduation comes and goes, reality can crash down pretty hard on former students who are heading out into the workforce for the first time, and starting […]

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Debt Relief Programs – What one is right for you.

Debt Relief is more important now than ever before. Across the country, millions of people are finding it more and more difficult to meet their financial obligations. As mortgage interest rates rise, Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) payments skyrocket. Credit card late fees continue to climb higher. Lenders keep offering credit to people who are in desperate need of help, but this only prolongs the problem, and often ends up simply increasing the total debt owed by a person. Thankfully, there are a number of opportunities available if […]

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Payday Loans- Detailed view with advantages, disadvantages, facts and myths

Payday loans are most famous online financial assistance service available now and there are a lot more things that most people don’t know about these cash advance services. These short term loans have many great features and few draw backs as well. Through this video you will get know about advantages, disadvantages, facts and myths about payday loans amongst the borrowers.

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Owe Dad A Debt Of Gratitude

  (I have just turned 16 and I am looking for a summer job. Since I am looking for employment and am about to get my license, my parents decide to buy me my first cell phone for my birthday. I don’t give my number out to people except to my friends, relatives, and potential employers. One day I receive a phone call from an unknown number, and since the number has the same area code as my city, I assume it is an employer looking to […]

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