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Is it Better to Buy or Lease a Car After Bankruptcy?/feed//feed/

If you want to get approved at the best possible terms when buying a car, it’s important you know a car lender’s credit guidelines before you apply for credit…especially if you’re bankrupt. It will save you time and frustration–but more importantly, it will help you avoid credit inquiries that may lower your FICO credit scores […]

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Raising Your Credit Score – Appealing and Removing Bad Information/feed/

Your credit score is a key factor taken into account when a lender is reviewing a loan application. These scores are formulated by analyzing your past credit performance, but the information gathered and included on your credit report may not be accurate. Having inaccurate data on your report can lead to lower scores and less […]

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Four Basic Types of Credit

When people think about credit, they generally only think about loans. However there are four basic types of credit you should know about. These include service credit, loans, installment credit and credit cards. Service loans are those associated with services like electric, cable, water, gas, telephone and the like. For some of these you have […]

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Four Basic Types of Credit

When people think about credit, they generally only think about loans. However there are four basic types of credit you should know about. These include service credit, loans, installment credit and credit cards. Service loans are those associated with services like electric, cable, water, gas, telephone and the like. For some of these you have […]

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Converting Manual Bookkeeping to a Computerized System

If converting a manual bookkeeping system to a computerized system, the conversion will take a bit more time than just starting fresh because it needs to be sure the new system starts with information that matches the current books. The process for entering the initial data varies depending on the software chosen. To ensure that […]

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3 Benefits of Knowing Your Credit Score/feed/

There seems to be a lot of talk about credit scores, yet there is something a mite mysterious about them. While most people understand that a higher score is better than a lower one, many people don’t actually take the time to find out what their score is. Don’t make the same mistake; because once […]

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The Many Names of Cash Loans/feed//feed/

Cash advance loans have many names. I have heard them called “cash advance loans” obviously, “payday loans”, “quick cash loans”, “faxless loans”, and “wire transfer loans.” I am sure there are more names for them, but you get the point. Loans like this have become ever popular as they are quick and easy and it […]

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A Secret Credit Score Your Car Dealer Won’t Tell You About/feed/

You’re ready to buy a new car. You’ve done all your homework. You know your three FICO credit scores. You determine that your highest FICO credit score is from Equifax (also known as your BEACON score). So, you find a car dealer who uses your highest score (which increases your opportunity to get approved at […]

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Get Approved for a $5,000 Bad Credit Personal Loan/feed//feed//feed/

Sadly, because of these economically troubled times, many folks have been forced into situations resulting in a profound drop in their credit scores. Mortgage companies and other lenders can only offer cold shoulders when these folks apply for a loan. Recognizing a developing market, some lenders have stepped forth and are willing to extend credit […]

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Raising Your Credit Score – Appealing and Removing Bad Information

Your credit score is a key factor taken into account when a lender is reviewing a loan application. These scores are formulated by analyzing your past credit performance, but the information gathered and included on your credit report may not be accurate. Having inaccurate data on your report can lead to lower scores and less […]

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