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What Happens If You Default On A Payday Loan

Payday loans can be risky business, and it would be best to avoid them, except under extreme circumstances. It may be hard to believe that such quick and drastic action can ensue from borrowing only a small sum of money. If you don’t understand the particularities, it is rather easy to default on a payday loan. And payday lenders don’t waste time. They can get aggressive with debt collection because they are fully aware that you are financially vulnerable.
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10 Frugal Habits of Millionaires and Billionaires

Frugality is the concept of being prudent or thrifty when it comes to the consumption of consumable resources, inclusive of money. People who are frugal are conscious of lavish spending habits, choosing long-term stability and sustainability over waste and excessiveness.
Some of the most well-known millionaires and billionaires are known for their conscientious money habits, and it stands to reason that we could learn a thing or two from them!
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How To Cope With Familiar Fraud Guilt

Familiar fraud has been around since the formation of the most primitive economy. It is also the single most devastating type of fraud that anyone can experience. This type of fraud is a fraud that has been committed by a perpetrator that the victim knows. Most commonly this is committed by actual family members, spouses or very close friends. Because of this the betrayal and emotional impact are often substantial, especially when compared to other types of fraud.
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Financial Resolutions For Spring 2018

New Year brings about the desire to make some changes for the coming year. Do things differently, and right the wrongs, and change bad habits you have adopted. And that’s why we make New Year Resolutions. But if you are reading this now, then you have probably already broken your resolutions.
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7 Tips On How To Remove Repossession From Your Credit Report

Financial strife can happen to anyone, whether it is the loss of a job by layoff or perhaps an injury which forces one onto unpaid leave. Vehicle repossession can stay on your credit report for up to seven years from the day delinquent payments started. That is the reason we advise you to undertake timely measures to remove repossession from your credit report.
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Fear of Debt and Loans

There is a saying that “Money cannot buy happiness.” That may be true, but the person who said that wasn’t looking at a stack of unpaid bills and an empty bank account. Mоnеу саn’t buу happiness, but it is thе оnlу thіng thаt wіll pay those bіllѕ. Sometimes, borrowing money is the only solution, but the fear of debt holds back the consumer to apply.
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Alternatives to Student Loans

The Never-Ending Problem

Student loan debt in the U.S. has reached more than $1.3 trillion — including both federal and private student loans. Everybody knows that college is not cheap and it’s probably not going to get cheaper either. The cost keeps going up annually.
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