Improve and Get Approved
When applying for a mortgage, your credit score can make or break the deal. It is crucial that your credit score is in good standing in order to get…Inheriting Debt
Are you going to inherit your dead spouse’s or parent’s debt? Probably NOT. However, if you have cosigned for the debt you are responsible for paying it off.Debt Settlement Vs Bankruptcy
Think of it as a debt management conundrum – should you file for bankruptcy or try to strike a settlement agreement with your creditors? Depending on your situation, either one can be a viable route if you can no longer make payments on a loan or credit card. But it’s important to carefully analyze both courses of action, not only in terms of cost, but impact on your credit score.Expats Suffer More Collateral Damage
First, FATCA inspired foreign institutions to drop American customers. Now financial firms based here are freezing them out too.3 Ways To Select The Right Accountant
There are eight factors we recommend considering when looking to instruct an accountant for your business or personal finances. It’s imperative that you select the right accountant according to your own circumstances, and where one firm or individual accountant may be suitable for one type of business, it may not be the case for another.A Stable Stream Of Income – Your Means To A Comfortable Retirement!
Preparing in advance is indeed the only way to be ready for a challenge or opportunity which might present itself in the near future. The only way to derive maximum benefit from a probable opportunity and convert a challenge into a profitable prospect, is to be well aware of one’s capabilities and have a plan ready, which would help one easily deal with any and every situation.How Does the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Empower Me to Repair My Credit?
What is the Fair Credit Reporting Act? Established in 1970, the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) restricts businesses from freely accessing an individual’s personal credit information by contacting one or more of the big three credit bureaus: Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, a company must have “permissible purpose” before requesting information from a credit bureau.