Government cracks down on immigration identity verification

May 20, 2011 Brian Bradley

Government cracks down on immigration identity verification

The government is cracking down on pre-employment identity verification after a number of illegal immigrants have stolen names and social security numbers of U.S. citizens to obtain work within the country. Due to a heightened immigration security


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Consumers place higher importance on credit card payments rather than mortgage

May 20, 2011 Brian Bradley

In an effort to boost their credit, many American consumers have begun to pay off their outstanding credit card payments, doing so at the expense of their home mortgages - a move that could have a negative impact on future credit decisions.According


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Bill to increase cost of Colorado short term loans killed

May 20, 2011 Todd Milner

Colorado House Bill 1290, which would have removed a provision that allows borrowers to receive a pro-rated refund of paid fees when taking out a six-month loan was recently defeated by the Senate Local Government Committee, according to the


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Effects of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on financial companies

May 20, 2011 Brian Bradley

Effects of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on financial companies

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which was created by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and will officially launch on July 21, is set to provide stronger enforcement of the federal laws and regulations governing


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Auto industry financing discussed at 2011 New York Auto Show

May 18, 2011 Brian Bradley

Auto industry financing discussed at 2011 New York Auto Show

Leaders from the auto industry and members of the public recently gathered in New York to find out about the newest offerings from companies around the world. Those in attendance got the chance to network and find out about auto industry financing


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