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Credit & Debt
Jennifer is one of millions of Americans facing wage garnishments for unpaid debts, but hers exceeds the maximum allowed by law. What can she do about it?
It’s time for another Money Talks News pop quiz, and this time we’re testing your knowledge of consumer rights.
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There are cheaper, safer ways out of a financial crisis than selling access to your pension.
These cards generally come with annual fees (sometimes waived in the first year) so you need to do the math to make sure having the card is worthwhile.
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