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Lease a Vehicle Without Using Personal Credit/feed/

By now all of us of heard about the challenges that many face with credit today. Not only has increasing job losses created a scenario where people can’t make their payments on time, but credit has become more more difficult to get, it least in most financial channels. I strongly recommend seeking corporate credit, and […]

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How to Obtain A1 Credit Using Bank Loans/feed/

Bank institutions always cater to people who have very good credit and they reserve their loans for these people because they are confident that the client will pay back the loan at the specified interest rate. But if you have bad or no credit it can be difficult to get any of these loans for […]

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How Much Does a Surety Bond Cost?/feed//feed//feed/

We must first understand what a surety bond does as well as the factors that are involved that will determine the rate as well as obtaining a surety bond approval. The surety company will evaluate your credit, experience, and financials. The process is very similar to apply for a business loan. Rates vary on a […]

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How to Obtain A1 Credit Using Bank Loans

Bank institutions always cater to people who have very good credit and they reserve their loans for these people because they are confident that the client will pay back the loan at the specified interest rate. But if you have bad or no credit it can be difficult to get any of these loans for […]

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The Role and Responsibilities of a Supervisor/feed/

Introduction Supervising is like parenting. These are two of the most important jobs any one can do, but few people are adequately prepared or trained to do them. Most people learn by trial and error with varying degrees of success. But both jobs are far too important to be left to chance and the good […]

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Difference Between the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act/feed//feed/

Most of us will use credit at one point or another, for big purchases such as homes, cars and furniture. There is a price for this resource which comes in the form of interest charges and lenders use your past history to determine how much interest you will pay. The process happens when the lender […]

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Is It Easier To Lease Or Buy A Car With Bad Credit?/feed/

It is going to be difficult to lease or buy a car with bad credit. Leasing a car with bad credit is out of the question, lenders won’t even consider you for a lease. If you have judgments, foreclosures, collections or repossessions on your history report, forget about getting approved for a lease. (Keep in […]

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How to Raise Your Credit Score 147 Points (Or More) WITHOUT Wasting Your Money on Credit Clinics/feed/

Who else wants to raise their credit score in a hurry? Do you have a major purchase coming up? Thinking about applying for a job…..or a mortgage or even LIFE insurance to protect your family? It’s amazing how important credit is in our society…and if you are aren’t careful, your credit score CAN keep you […]

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How to Start a Foreclosure Cleanup and Property Preservation Company/feed//feed/

A new article on June 3, 2009 from MSN Money writer Michael Brush indicates that there is a third wave of foreclosures still to come from prime borrowers (i.e. those previously “safe-borrowers” with sound credit and fixed-rate mortgages) as a result of job losses thanks to the worsening economy (“Coming: A 3rd Wave of Foreclosures”). […]

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Deep In Debt? A Three-Tiered Budgeting Approach Will Guide You To Debt Freedom/feed//feed/

How do you budget when mired in debt? You know you have reduced to the limit; fluff is gone. Still, your financial adviser tells you budgeting is the certain, orderly path to debt freedom. How? Try this three-tiered budgeting approach to emerge from debt gradually, with a strong foundation: Sacrificial Sustaining Supplemental Money management is […]

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