Friday, February 27, 2015

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Many Colleges Can Be the 'Right Fit' for Your Student
Where to go to college is one of the biggest decisions young adults will make. One way to ease the stress is for students to realize that there might be more than one perfect fit.

You Can Avoid Wage Garnishment
Collection calls and letters may be unpleasant, but they're not the biggest guns in a bill collector's arsenal. In some cases, creditors have the right to garnish your wages.

One of five consumers relies on credit cards to maintain their lifestyle, the National Foundation of Credit Counseling found in an online poll. Snap Survey asks: Are you one of them?

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Understand the Impact of Co-Signing
When you co-sign a loan or credit card application, you're lending your good name and your solid credit history. You are making a promise to repay in full if the original borrower can't, doesn't, or just plain won't.