You're paying off debt wrong
People who are mired in debt often make rookie mistakes, especially as many panic, says Kathryn Davis, president and CEO of BALANCE, a subsidiary of the non-profit Consumer Credit Counseling Service of San Francisco. Some no-nos: Taking out a …
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Americans Borrow for Cars, Less So for Homes
With auto lending rising for 13 straight quarters, analysts and consumer groups have been growing increasingly worried that loose lending guidelines could lead to a surge of defaults. Growth in auto loans has been most pronounced … a force that could …
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IN THIS CORNER: Essentials checklist for the college-bound
Terri Stocki, Education Director, of Consumer Credit Counseling Service talks about credit card and college students and the recently passed CARD Act, which will go into effect in February 2010, will require a person less than 21 to either document …
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