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Owning a car can be a big responsibility. And while you may have gotten up to speed on proper tire inflation and when to replace worn wiper blades, there are some other key things to know. 

For instance, if you took out a loan to buy your...

People use credit to pay for education or a house, a remodeling job or a car, or to finance a loan to keep their business operating.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, enforces the Equal Credit...

If you’re refinancing your mortgage or applying for a home equity installment loan, you may have protections under the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA). This law deals with deceptive and unfair practices in home equity lending,...

Here’s why you don’t want to pay fees to a business that promises to lower your monthly car payment or help stop a repossession.

Companies selling payday loans often charge high fees and interest rates. Consider other ways to borrow money, and compare the costs between your options.

You may be tempted by ads and websites that guarantee loans or credit cards, regardless of your credit history. But if you have to pay a fee in advance for a "guaranteed" loan or credit card – you’re dealing with a scam. Legitimate lenders never...

A new car is second only to a home as the most expensive purchase many consumers make. According to the National Automobile Dealers Association, the average price of a new car sold in the United States is about $30,000. That’s why it’s important...

"There is currently money available NOW right here in your area, to help pay your bills."

"NO lines, NO waiting, NO credit needed. This is YOUR money and will be sent back to the federal government if not used in your area."

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What do you do if a friend or relative asks you to co-sign a loan? Before you say yes, think about the obligations involved and how they may affect your own finances and creditworthiness. When you agree to co-sign a loan, you’re taking a risk a...

If you need money to pay bills or make home improvements, and think the answer is in refinancing, a second mortgage, or a home equity loan, consider your options carefully. If you can't make the payments, you could lose your home as well as the...

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