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Debt

New range of payday loan solutions for Baby Boomers

Being born during a financially unstable phase(1946 – 1964) it has always been difficult for the baby boomers to manage all the daily expenses with the regular income. In an economic crisis like this, the baby boomers are always struggling hard to maintain their lifestyle and manage all the expenses. Payday loans or advance cash […]

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Review: Baines & Ernst Services

    http://www.bainesandernst.co.uk/ Established in 1996, leading debt solution providers Baines & Ernst has established  tremendous working relationships with over 3,500 creditors while helping over 140,000 individuals solve their debt problems. Members of the Debt Managers Standards Association (DEMSA), Baines & Ernst advisers do not judge those seeking help but instead lend a sympathetic ear, […]

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5 ways to cut your monthly payments

There are many things in life that cannot over-exaggerate. One of those things is that money matters. No matter how much of it you have you always seem to need more. The price of items and the cost of living in general seems to go up constantly. The utilities, insurance premiums, credit cards grocery bills, […]

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Debt Ceiling Armageddon? Perhaps Not.

Debt Ceiling Armageddon? Perhaps Not. President Obama has been using biblical references when speaking about nations debt ceiling stalemate with Republicans. He warns of “Armageddon,” while his Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner describes the talks and subsequent stalemate as about “Catastrophic”. Meanwhile the Republican leadership calls this as scare tactics to goad the public opinion into […]

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Square Up Slim Reader Review Credit Card Processing for iPhone and mobile devices

Here is a complete review of Square Slim Credit Reader for your iphone and Mobile devices. This is just a video that shows you how you can use this on your phones. I am quite convinced many of you had problems with older version which had a metal contact with the phone. The new one […]

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What Everyone Ought to Know About Using Credit Cards

What Everyone Ought to Know About Using Credit Cards Americans owe nearly eight hundred billion dollars in credit card debt. On average each household that uses credit cards owes about $15,000 with an interest rate hovering around 15%. With so much debt and so little money, it is no wonder that our nation is struggling […]

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Pawn shops and pay day lenders stocks rise.

As the Great recession enters 4th year and jobless rates stay stubborn over 9% guess where the money is made and which stocks are rising ? Pawn shops, payday lenders ,debt collectors, and shopping mall fortune tellers. Profiting from misfortunes is nothing new. Its a custom in the times we live in. So where is […]

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The debt crisis of 2011

Washington is engulfed in the debt scare that is looming ahead on August 2, deadline. Federal laws requires a $14.3 trillion debt ceiling and Treasury Department has already breached that limit on May 16, 2011. Congress must increase the current $14.3 trillion debt ceiling by Aug. 2, otherwise, according to Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner, […]

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Biggest Debt Ever for Class of 2011

So you’ve just finished college and finally graduated out into the real world. Not only will you be hitting real life with a life-changing degree and college education in your pocket, you’ll also be carrying around a life-changing burden of debt too, unless you’ve got parents with very deep pockets. That’s because the class of […]

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US economy slowing down again ?

This was a terrible month for the Economy. There was lot of troubling data that flowed all week. As expected only 54,000 Jobs added and the unemployment rate went up to 9.1 % just in line with other economic data. This in turn took the stock market down. Right now the market is trading below […]

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