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How to Avoid Debt in 6 Ways

Admin Manager - Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Thinking daily about how you can pay off your debts can deprive you the chance to enjoy your life to the fullest. Thoughts of your credit repair might be your everyday companion. A sorry financial state will take away a very precious thing from you – your peace of mind. All is not lost though. There are debt solutions that can get you out of the pit of debts you have gotten yourself into. As they say, prevention is better than cure. So better begin by reading these tips on how to avoid ..

9 Dirty Little Secrets Your Credit Card Company Hopes You Never Find Out!

John Rowley - Thursday, May 14, 2015
Caution: Those credit card offers just keep coming. Seems there’s hardly a day goes by that your mail box is not stuffed with some new bank offering some new credit card. But there’s a danger lurking for you also, one you may already be painfully aware of. Over use of credit cards is crippling the spending power of millions of Americans. The following is the truth about what really goes on behind the scenes at your credit card company. Dirty Little Secret #1: De ..

5 Ways to Manage Your Debt Ratio

John Rowley - Monday, February 09, 2015
Debt ratio is the difference between the amount of debt you have charged versus the amount of money the credit card has authorized for you to use, or your credit limit. The difference is your debt ratio. This can also be referred to as revolving (credit card) credit you have available. If your credit limit is 5,000 dollars and you have charged 2,500 on the card, your debt ratio is 50% Debt ratio accounts for 30% of your FICO score, which makes it the second highest factor the credi ..

Imagine Zero Debt

John Rowley - Monday, February 09, 2015
Debt settlement is a legitimate and legal way of solving your debt problem without bankruptcy. Though the economy may be showing signs of life, many consumers remain in financial distress, suggesting that foreclosures and bankruptcies are likely to remain high for the next several years. And a recent analysis by the International Monetary Fund predicts about 14 percent of the $2.5 trillion in outstanding U.S. consumer debt will turn sour over the next few years and the current 10 percen ..

Augmenting credit score after settlement - Can you really do so?

John Rowley - Sunday, January 04, 2015
Do you find that your credit score has dropped by certain points after you have settled debts? If yes, then you should take the necessary steps to improve your score soon. Though this is not possible in a day, you’ll be able to boost your credit score with time. Read on to know how this is possible. • Get hold of your credit report - You will have to get your credit report if you are not eligible for the yearly credit report that you get free of cost. Make sure you obtain y ..