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3 College Financial Aid Principles to Remember

Posted March 26th, 2010 by Staff

Ah, college. A time of learning about you, parties, lack of sleep, and good ‘old adolescent shenanigans. Getting into college is a pain staking process of applications, interviews, and paper trails a mile long. The biggest issues is not so much writing that essay to get in, it is once accepted, how to pay that […]

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Categories: Advice

Your FICO Score and You

Posted March 25th, 2010 by Staff

So, you want to get a personal loan so you can go out and get that shinny new toy you have been longing for all winter. Maybe you want to get a motorcycle, or you just want a high-end grill. No matter what the case is for you personal loan, that FICO score is going […]

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Categories: Credit Score

Personal Loans for Deadbeats

Posted March 19th, 2010 by Staff

All right, maybe that is a little bit harsh. Maybe you’ve just had some credit problems. Maybe you’re not a deadbeat. Maybe you had some huge medical bills that you couldn’t pay, and had to file bankruptcy on them. The problem is that this puts you in a precarious situation, in terms of your credit. […]

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Why Lending Club Is Better Than Your Bank

Posted March 17th, 2010 by Staff

There are so many ways to get a small loan these days. You can try to get a personal loan from the bank. Why pay the bank all that interest though? You could even hit up friends and family for a loan. Even with all these options, there is a new place to snag a […]

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Trade Yard Work for a Burger and Beer

Posted March 15th, 2010 by Staff

We have all heard the news talking about how tough times are now. Unemployment is high, companies just refuse to hire, and banks don’t want to give out a personal loan to save their life. What are you to do? Luckily, there is a simple answer out there. Trading work for items you need seems […]

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Personal Loan Leads to Kidnapping

Posted March 11th, 2010 by Staff

On July 4, Peter Weinberger, a one-month-old boy, was kidnapped from his home in Long Island. The kidnapper, you see, was late on paying a personal loan and was afraid of what might happen to him if he didn’t get it paid back on time. Did I mention that was July 4, 1956? The baby […]

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Categories: News

How to Squeeze Money from Your Family

Posted March 10th, 2010 by Staff

We’ve all been there. There’s too much month left at the end of the money. You’re facing bills that you just can’t pay. Your credit sucks, so it’s not like you can mosey into your local bank and walk out with a check. You’re almost out of options. Lucky for you, there’s family. Yes, asking […]

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How Not to Get Approved for a Personal Loan

Posted March 9th, 2010 by Staff

There’s plenty of advice out there about how to get approved for a personal loan. Most of that advice revolves around improving your credit score, and clearing up errors on your credit report. Really, at the end of the day, those are the most reliable ways to improve your chances of getting any kind of […]

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Categories: Advice

Putting The Credit Score Puzzle Together (Infographic)

Posted March 3rd, 2010 by Staff -

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When Not to Use a Personal Loan to Pay Off Debts

Posted March 1st, 2010 by Staff

Many banks and lenders package their personal loan products in such a way as to try to appeal to people that want to pay off debts. This isn’t a bad thing, by itself; a personal loan can indeed be a valid way to reduce your overall debt. Still, in spite of what the commercial might […]

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