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Weight Loss – How I Went From 340 to 199 Pounds, Part 1

I spent two years losing over 140 pounds the old fashioned way: proper diet and exercise. No fads. No pills. No surgery. No crazy machines. I was 30 years old and 340 pounds. With a history of heart disease and obesity in my family, I decided it was time to shed the pounds. Almost every […]

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How To Recover From Bankruptcy In Half The Time/feed/

If you should pose the above-mentioned question to a bankruptcy law expert or attorney bankruptcy law professional, the answers might surprise you. Mostly those who have not been successful to fend off, stave or avoid bankruptcy, are looking for quick fixes. Once they realize that the blemish will be affecting their credit rating, ability to […]

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$5,000 Unemployment Loans: Securing Loan Approval Without An Income/feed/

On the surface, it seems ridiculous, but there are lenders who are willing to grant loans to the unemployed. Surely, this is foolish, since the unemployed obviously have no source of income, but the fact remains that it is possible to get a $5,000 unemployment loan when most needed. How can this be possible? Well, […]

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Bad Credit Loans – A Borrower’s Guide For Personal Loans

If you are in need of cash, a personal loan might be just what you need to be able to pay your bills. Many people who need money fast overlook the option of personal loans because they do not understand how they work. Or, they do not think that they will be able to qualify […]

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New Credit Card Over Limit Fee Laws – What You Don’t Know Can Still Hurt You/feed//feed/

The Credit CARD (Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure) Act of 2009 was signed into law on May 22, 2009, and took effect on in it’s entirety on Feb 22, 2010. It attempts to change some of the more unpopular policies used by credit card companies. Credit card issuers have been generating a substantial portion […]

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Sample Late Payment Explanation Letter/feed//feed//feed/

When you write a creditor to explain your late payments (mortgage, car, or credit card), the letter should state: why you are late, (see paragraph 1 of the letter below) how serious you are about fulfilling your commitment to them (paragraph 2 of the letter below), and when you expect to be able to resume […]

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New Credit Card Over Limit Fee Laws – What You Don’t Know Can Still Hurt You

The Credit CARD (Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure) Act of 2009 was signed into law on May 22, 2009, and took effect on in it’s entirety on Feb 22, 2010. It attempts to change some of the more unpopular policies used by credit card companies. Credit card issuers have been generating a substantial portion […]

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Short Working Capital and Signature Loan/feed//feed//feed/

Short working capital, also known as short-term working capital, is the money a business needs for day-to-day operation. These operations usually include the purchase of assets, inventory, and supplies and payments to rent, utilities, payroll, and loans. Proper management of this capital ensures long-term profit for a business. Businesses obtain short working capital in a […]

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Why Do Mortgage Lenders Ask For So Much Information on My Mortgage Loan Application?/feed/

The mortgage lenders of today have been doing this for so long time and have so much statistical data, that they know exactly what parameters you must fall into to qualify for their loans. Although each lender may have their own little tweaks to the system of analyzing all of your personal data, they may […]

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How To Get Out Of A Lease On Credit Card Equipment/feed//feed//feed/

A Leasing Nightmare Leasing can be a very frustrating experience. I once called on a merchant who had 3 different leases and he wasn’t even sure what they were for. Upon examining his business checking account statement I was able to help him identify who the leases were to and what they were attached to. […]

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