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Tuesday, November 24th, 2009


Is it time to Consolidate Your Credit Card Debt?

If you are worried about all of your credit card debt, there is a way to do away with this worry. Debt consolidation can be the answer to most of your financial stress. It will help you to gain control over your credit card debt rather than having it control you.

Monday, November 23rd, 2009


Upside-Down on Your Car Loan

Being upside down in your car loan is typical for many Americans. There are ways of avoiding that negative and uncomfortable position, however if you are prepared when you buy your car.

Monday, October 26th, 2009

Nicole Chaudhry


Legislators Hope To Cap Payday Loan Interest Rates

Some state legislators are concerned interest rates for payday loans are too high. This has prompted them to seek caps on those rates. The amount of the cap depends on the state.

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Carlos Gutierrez


Autism Awareness, Diagnoses Growing - Fast

Do you know some of the common symptoms associated with autism? If you’re like most people today, you probably aren’t exactly an expert on the subject. Find out how autism awareness is growing and why it’s so important here.

Monday, October 5th, 2009

Jeremy Novacek


Banks Earn Big Money from Overdraft Fees

Despite the recession, U.S. banks are collecting $38.5 billion this year in the form of overdraft fees. This figure is almost double what banks collected in 2000. Read on to find out why overdraft fees are higher than ever and how you can prevent them.

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