What Credit Score Does Everyone Start With?

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Numbers define our existence when you really think about it. When you are born, you receive your Social Security Number, and hopefully, if our entire financial infrastructure is not in total shambles 50 years from now you will have a nice nest egg. In regards to the finances, when you begin your journey with your personal credit you have a credit score. But, where do you start? Most people think...
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Car Title Loans Hold Inherent Dangers

On the surface, you may think that by offering security, you will automatically get a better rate of interest on a loan than otherwise. That is often the case but there is more to it than that when it comes to Car Title Loans. They may be one of the few products available to you if you have a bad credit score but you should be aware of the risks involved. Companies offering Car Title Loans are in a...
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Managing Your Finances When Expecting an Inheritance

Inheriting a large sum of money can be a dream come true, and this is particularly true if you have been struggling financially for many long years. It can be devastating to lose a loved one, but the funds that you receive from an inheritance can dramatically reduce the financial stress you may be feeling. Many people are well aware that they will be receiving a large inheritance at some point in the...
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Online Shopping Made Easier: A Paribus Review

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Online shopping has become one of the easiest ways for consumers to purchase what they need. Often many of us want to find the best possible deal so we can save the most money. There are hundreds of sites that offer a money back rebate just for shopping…most of these are doomed to history’s dust bin.  However, a noteworthy new player in this space is Paribus. In doing this Paribus review,...
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How Do You Transfer Money from your Credit Card to your Bank Account?

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What do you do when you need money in a bind? If you are fairly savvy with online banking you could transfer money between your accounts. But, how could you do that with your credit cards? Depending on your bank, you may have a limit on how much money you can transfer or how many times you can transfer during a statement period. For example, institutions like TD Bank and Bank of America, only allow...
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Leaving Money Behind, unclaimed money, unclaimed property

Are You Leaving Money Behind?

An MSN article in July 2013, cites over 41.7 billion dollars of unclaimed property, as reported by The... more →