We all make financial missteps, but mistakes made when buying a home can really be magnified. Here are four mortgage mistakes you can’t afford to make.
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You’ll be surprised by all of data about you that is available to insurers.
If you have seen wrong information on your credit report — and plenty of people have — you’ve probably wondered how it got there.
Social Security garnishment for student loans isn’t unheard of, but you may be able to reduce the amount taken out of your check.
When you get advice from a lender about your credit, you might assume they know what they are talking about. But it’s always good to check the facts.
Those 17 digits reveal a lot about your vehicle.
Your first call if sued after an accident should be to your car insurance company, which can defend you, negotiate a settlement or go to court.
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