From the monthly archives:

November 2010

Many people find themselves in a situation where they are having trouble making their credit card payments and need to negotiate some type of settlement. The problem is, most people have no idea how to negotiate credit card debt settlement. The problem is that you might not be able to successfully negotiate a plan…

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The first question everyone asks when shopping for a mortgage is, “What is the cheapest fixed rate mortgage?” After all, we all want the best bargain we can get, right?

You might think this is a pretty simple question, but the truth is that the question is actually a bit more complicated than that. The real question is…

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Many people don’t realize that it is possible to get student loans without a cosigner and with no credit. There is actually a huge amount of financial aid that is available for college students every year without a cosigner and no credit required. Basically, there is a process you should follow when applying for financial aid for college…

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It is possible to get loans for the unemployed. There is always someone willing to loan you money even when you are in a bad situation such as being out of work. It’s really more a question of how resourceful you are…

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With Americans still deep in debt and an economy still in trouble, rumors have popped up about an alleged Credit Card Debt Forgiveness Act 2010. But are these rumors fact or fiction? Many people believe the US government will do some sort of credit card debt forgiveness program as part of the current economic bailout. Loansforall.org recently looked into these rumors…

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