The effects (and after-effects) of the Credit CARD Act
Jun 06, 2014 Quinn Thomas
Although alternative credit can be of assistance to those with a poor or nonexistent fiscal history, others sometimes turn to conventional credit card companies. In light of the Great Recession, concerns regarding excessive spending habits,
Knowledge of consumer credit remains healthy, but could improve
Jun 06, 2014 Walt Wojciechowski
Though cognizance of personal consumer credit data is improving among United States residents, some organizations have asserted that there's more that federal, state and local authorities could be doing to educate young people. Ubiquitous ignorance
Time: Major advantage for short term loans
Jun 05, 2014 Philip Burgess
It's not uncommon for individuals to need to take out a loan to stay afloat financially in this post-Great Recession era. The economic downturn of 2008 hit many people hard, and even about six years later, many families are still trying to
The actual truth about short term loans
Jun 04, 2014 Sean Albert
Individuals across the globe would agree it's generally best to stay up on current events and situations. Only then can people make informed decisions and live happy lives. This sentiment truly extends to every aspect of an individual's life.
Consumer credit data may be tarnished by 'skimmers'
Jun 03, 2014 Dave King
Between landlords conducting background checks and loan-approving banks, there are numerous organizations that pay attention to consumer credit data. Unfortunately, even individuals who pay their bills on time and keep their finances under