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There was a time when Social Security was sacrosanct. Not even the federal government would garnish any part of it to satisfy a debt. That is no longer true and the fed is hounding an ever increasing number of recipients for as much as 15% of their monthly stipend. According to government data compiled by [...]

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FICO and CoreLogic have begun offering a new tool to mortgage lenders. The hope is that the tool will help people on the approval bubble secure loans that they would ordinarily be denied. The tool is a new type of credit score that encompasses alternative credit information. The new information includes rental history, payday loan [...]

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The pre-paid debt card is becoming a much more attractive financial tool for repairing your credit. In response to that trend, larger banks are issuing these types of cards. Chase entered the market back in May and the Liquid card is available at all of its branches now. Many claim that it is the best [...]

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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray announced recently that the agency will be focusing on the credit reporting industry. He feels that the focus is necessary because the reports issued by those within the industry can affect so many aspects of a person’s life. ”We have heard reports from many consumers that their [...]

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The newly formed federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has announced that it will be looking for ways to monitor the credit reporting industry. At this time, the main goal of the agency is to create more clarity in how credit scores are formulated. This is a move that has been needed for a long [...]

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Online, there grows a rumbling that’s a calling for the powers-that-be to change the way they view those with poor credit scores. Instead of looking at these folks with disdain and as people not to do business with, banks, credit unions and perhaps even the government should see them as people who need to be [...]

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