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    Ready for some new wheels? Taking time to educate yourself on this major purchase can save you big bucks before you splurge on a new ride. Here are four consumer-savvy steps to take before buying a car. Research the resale...
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  3. Credit Score May Include Rent, Utility Payments

    The estimated 50 million people who are “credit invisible” to creditors and lenders because they don’t have enough credit to build a credit score may be getting some help from Congress. A bill called the Credit Access and Inclusion Act...
  4. 5 Great Credit Card Rewards

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  5. How to Deal With a Credit Card Charge Off

    Credit card users are essentially receiving loans from a bank. And like any loan, cardholders are expected to repay their bank including the appropriate interest. But what happens when a customer fails to do so? Eventually, the bank must declare...
  6. Credit Card Tips for Black Friday

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  7. More Americans Planning for Long-Term Financial Goals

    Despite the Internet overload of get-rich-quick schemes, the large majority of Americans aren’t looking for such shortcuts when managing their money, and put long-term planning of their financial goals over short-term performance, according to a recent study on financial planning....
  8. How to Choose the Right Credit Card

    Ask most people how they chose their credit card, and you’ll get a variety of answers. Some just accept a card from the bank that they normally do business with, while others happen by an advertisement that convinces them to...

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avatar Russ Botton says:

I would like to get from under this rock thats over my retierment need help to get creditors out of my life so I can rebuild a life. I had a 5th wheel repo and the bank resold it at a lost and they are looking at me to pay the lost balance. What are my Op’s

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It would appear that for at least 6 or 7 years I have shot myself in the foot by picking up so many hard credit inquries that are really lNOT hard credit inaquraies. I have contacted many of them (They are hard to find & often have strange names), but they refuse to remove the lositing of me, claiming they have no record on me. But ahey have nonetheless sent my name to one or more of thae credidt card reporting firms. How can they do that without ever offering me even the opportunity for apply for a loan? I notified the FTC & my Congresswomen long ago, but to no avail. I believe firms should not be allowed to cite an inuriry without sending the client at least ONE LETTER or e-mail with an officer of something! I suspect there are thousands of others like me who are stuck in this situation with no way to turn! It might be a useful new sideline to the credit repair business. Any thoughts?

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