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December 2012 Archives

Florida federal court cracks down on bogus credit repair company

Negative information on credit reports can play havoc on a person's life, as many millions of Americans have discovered during the protracted and still lingering economic recession that has plagued the country.

Cost/benefit of student loans: a double-edged sword for many

It has often been remarked that, unlike credit card obligations, automobile loans and other private contractual duties across a wide spectrum, amounts that students owe under loans taken out to finance their educations can be liquidated only rarely and under very limited circumstances.

The "foreclosure trap:" widows an especially vulnerable population

The term "Catch-22" was an author's fictional creation meant to describe what has been termed as "a problematic situation for which the only solution is denied by a circumstance inherent in the problem or by a rule."

Make a list, check it twice, to avoid debt during the holidays

Since the official kickoff of the holiday shopping season, many Florida families are scouting out the best deals and looking for fun surprises for their loved ones. While gift shopping can be fun and exciting, it's also important for Florida families to be wary of special offers and deals that might make them spend more than they can afford.