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Creating a Personal Budget in 6 Easy Steps

Creating a budge

Creating a personal budget can be a very daunting task. Budgets can be complicated and confusing, but they don’t have to be. The secret to good budgeting is to create a system that works for you and to stick with it. Here are six easy steps to get you started with your personal budget. Keep it simple Trying to get ...

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Understanding Credit Scores made easy

Understand Your Credit Score

Why Do We Have Credit Scores? Before moving onto understanding a credit score or a credit report, it is important to understand why we have these in the first place. Credit, or loans in general, are approved based on an individual / entity’s ability to repay that loan along with interest, if we’re talking about traditional banking / lending. So ...

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Do Not Let Identity Theft Ruin Your Summer Vacation

vacation identity theft

  Summer is a Prime Season for ID Theft Did you know that identity theft peaks at certain times of year and there are predictable, cyclical patterns to when ID theft will most likely occur? One of the times of year when you should be extra vigilant about protecting your personal and financial information is summertime. When people go on ...

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Guide To Finding Good Credit Repair Services

Get rid of bad credit

Advertisements on various types of credit repair services can be found everywhere. The fact that a lot of people need help or advice in rebuilding their credit history and credit score has brought about the emergence of companies or agencies offering credit repair services. How can you protect yourself against such companies? Consider these reminders.

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Why scam artist love prepaid debit cards

Prepaid debit card scams on the rise Prepaid debit card scams are becoming the new choice for scam artist looking to target those who are easily taken advantage of, such as the elderly and immigrant communities. There are many ways in which these scam operations are being completed, but they mainly involve threatening phone calls from “companies” whom the victim’s ...

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