Here are a few of the reasons why Arizona business owners should exercise caution with business credit cards – But also why they shouldn’t avoid them.
Many Pennsylvania Millennials are struggling with medical debt right now, but they DON’T have to put up with debt collector abuse.
Frequently, Minnesota consumers find out that they owe taxes on canceled debt, and they are often surprised when they get the bill from the IRS.
They seem good in theory, but here are the reasons why debt settlement companies don’t offer the perfect solution for all indebted New York consumers.
What California Consumers Should Know about the Pitfalls of Paying Off Credit Cards with Credit Cards
There are several pitfalls associated with paying off credit cards with credit cards in California, and here are a few of the most common risks.
Should Georgia Consumers Use Personal Loans or Balance Transfer Credit Cards to Pay Off Heavy Credit Card Debt?
Here’s a good question: Should Georgia consumers use personal loans or balance transfer credit cards to pay off heavy credit card debt?
Have debt, but want to avoid bankruptcy? Here are some possible debt relief solutions for Michigan consumers who want bankruptcy alternatives.
In case they don’t know, here are a few of the things that Ohio consumers should know about debt collectors and the term, “beyond statute.”
Why Arizona Consumers Should Often Avoid the Instant Credit Option When Faced with a Financial Emergency
Often, certain types of businesses in Arizona offer instant credit – or “on-the-spot” credit options. Normally, these businesses provide potentially expensive services. For example, when Arizona consumers visit auto garages, hospitals, or veterinary clinics, they may face heavy charges when they leave. Then, if they don’t have the immediate means to cover the cost of [...]
Why Pennsylvania Consumers Should be Careful with Using Balance Transfer Credit Cards to Pay Off Credit Card Debt
Here are a few of the reasons why Pennsylvania consumers should be careful with using balance transfer credit cards to pay off credit card debt.
For Florida consumers struggling to help their elderly parents escape credit card debt, here are a few useful tips. You can also use this information to help with your own debt.
Georgia Attorney General Settles with Debt Collection Agency and Wipes Out $8.8 Million in Consumer Debt
Big News: The Attorney General in Georgia wiped out $8.8 million in consumer debt when he settled with an FDCPA violated debt collection agency.
In case you need inspiration, here are a few of the reasons why Ohio consumers should make a resolution to pay off credit card debt in the New Year.
How do debt collectors locate consumers in Michigan? Here are a few of the most common methods employed by debt collection agents.
In looking for creative ways to pay down credit card debt, New York consumers may wonder if they can use reward points. The short answer? Yes.