Are You a Homeowner Seeking Forbearance on Your Mortgage? Watch Out for These Red Flags

monkeybusinessimages/Getty ImagesHomeowners are asking for breaks on their mortgage payments in droves, as millions of Americans face the prospect of unemployment or reduced income because of the coronanvirus pandemic. But

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Average credit card interest rates: Week of February 3, 2021

The average credit card APR rose to its highest point in nearly nine months, but interest rates are still at a three-year low.

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Leasing a Car: 7 Reasons Why You Should Consider It

Would you like to spend less money up-front, drive away from the dealership in a brand-new car, and spend less time and money on vehicle maintenance? Consider leasing your next car. What Does Leasing a Car Mean? Leasing a car is a lot like renting one—but for a much longer period of time. When you… Read More

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All About Car Loan Amortization

These days, it can take a long time to pay off a car loan. On average, car loans come with terms lasting for more than five years. Paying down a car loan isn’t that different from paying down a mortgage. … Continue reading →

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Here Are The Best Student Loans of 2021

The best student loans can help you earn a college degree that will lead to higher earnings later in life. They also come with low interest rates and reasonable fees (or no fees), which will make it easier to keep costs down while you’re in school and once you’re in repayment mode. For most people, […]

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Late Payments, Credit Scores and Credit Reports

A missed credit card or loan payment can have a seriously detrimental effect on your credit report. The golden rule of using a credit card is to make your payments on time every time, building a respectable payment history, avoiding debt, and keeping your creditor happy. But what happens when you fall behind with your […]

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5 Credit Cards for the Avid Nature-Lover

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] If the great outdoors is your ideal destination, the world is full of opportunities for your next vacation or weekend… Read More

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Tips to Consolidate Credit Card Debt

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How Long Do Hard Inquiries Stay on Your Credit Report?

Your credit report offers valuable insight into your financial history and affects most of your financial future. Everything from whether you get approved for a mortgage to what your credit card interest rate will be balances on your credit score. Negative information on your credit report can be detrimental for years. Wonder how long hard inquiries stay on your credit report?… Read More

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