Consumers with good credit driving auto demand

Jan 14, 2011 Brian Bradley

Consumers with good credit driving auto demand

The auto industry suffered significant drops in revenue during the recession, but that trend is changing thanks to consumers with the highest credit scores, the Associated Press reports. Demand for cars and light trucks will improve in 2011


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Federal government to test debit card program

Jan 14, 2011 Todd Milner

The federal government will provide debit cards to individuals without bank accounts in a trial program that will provide them with tax refunds more quickly, the Columbus Dispatch reports. Those without bank accounts often use short term lending


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Detect and prevent fraud

Jan 14, 2011 Matt Roesly

When it comes to money, there is always the potential of mismanagement, misuse or misappropriation. Sometimes, unintentional errors occur. Other times, fraud has taken place.For business owners, it is important to be able to detect and prevent


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Unlicensed debt collector must stop business

Jan 14, 2011 Kyle Duncan

Unlicensed debt collector must stop business

A woman from Chisago City, Minnesota, was recently told to stop performing debt collection work in the state because she was operating without a license, reports the Star Tribune. A cease and desist order was signed by the state's Department


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Peace of mind with short term loans

Jan 14, 2011 Todd Milner

Peace of mind with short term loans

Many consumers can pay their bills on time. But sometimes, they struggle and other times, they just can't make ends meet. They're falling fast, but lucky there's a net there to catch them - in the form of nontraditional credit lines.Short term


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