Consolidate credit bills into one easy monthly paymentPay off your debt faster Lower your interest rates regardless of credit score Stop collection calls Eliminate late fees and over-limit charges
Consolidate credit bills into one easy monthly payment
Pay off your debt faster
Lower your interest rates regardless of credit score
Stop collection calls
Eliminate late fees and over-limit charges
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There's one thing for certain about the looming federal spending cuts. Whether or not there's a deal to avert the blanket cuts, things are going to get financially tight for a lot of people who least expect it.
With my 17-year-old daughter headed to college, I tried out the new college scorecard tool launched by the Obama administration following the president's State of the Union address.
For several mornings in a row, I woke to the same conversation coming from the landing outside my bedroom: "Owen, get my back. Get my back!" "Got it. The enemy's on my tail."
Meet Army Major J.T. Edwards and his wife Melissa. The Edwards bought their first home near Fort Campbell, Kentucky, in 2006, just as the housing market in the region showed signs of deteriorating.
The minute my husband was notified of his first duty station, I began doing my homework. I scoured the Internet, reading apartment reviews and online housing forums, and emailed local buildings with vacancies.
The real estate crisis has turned many military homeowners into reluctant long-distance landlords, but having a tenant cover your monthly mortgage payment can yield long-term dividends.
When you buy a house to call home, you expect to pay for it without any financial difficulties. You never imagine, as you sign on the dotted line of ownership, that you could one day lose that house or even your job because of financial difficulties related to credit use and abuse.