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September, 2015

How to Build Credit Without Credit Cards

Its conventional wisdom that using credit cards responsibly is the fastest and bestway to build credit. Its also conventional wisdom that using credit cards can be the fastest, best way to destroy credit. Thats why its easy to understand why not everyonehas orwantsa credit card.In fact, recent evidence suggests that millennials are bucking the conventional […]

Washington’s Financial Currency War On China: Eclipsing of US Dollar by The Yuan

The Chinese are in the process of displacing the monopoly of the US dollar. They are dropping their US Treasury bonds, stockpiling gold reserves, and opening regional distribution banks for their own national currency. This will give them easier access to capital markets and insulate them from financial manipulation by Washington and Wall Street.

Take action to improve your credit report and score

The very first step to improve your credit score is to review your credit report. If you have not reviewed your credit reports in over a year, now is the time to pull those reports. You can receive a free copy of your credit reports by going online. Any mistakes, items you do not recognize, […]

Applying for Installment Loans Online if You Have Bad Credit

( — September 8, 2015) — There are a number of things you need to ask yourself if you want to apply for any type of loan. The biggest question is whether you are able to afford it. You must be sure, before you apply for installment loans online, that you have enough money left […]

Bad Credit May Double Your Homeowners Insurance

Having a bad credit score may affect more than just your lending options. A recent study shows that bad credit scores could almost double the cost of your homeowners insurance. The study compared the average price of homeowners insurance for people at different points along the credit score spectrum. It showed people with fair credit […]

Is Your Credit Card Worth the Annual Fee?

Credit cards with annual fees often promise big perks and more rewards per dollar – but if you’re not planning on spending thousands on your credit card, you could end up in the red. Among the 2,202 credit cards NerdWallet examined in its 2015 industry study, the average annual fee was $58. So if you […]

Mortgages with favourable terms for people with…

Paul Hunjan helps people in Brampton, Ontario, secure a mortgage and finance the home of their dreams. Specifically, Paul Hunjan helps people who have a bad credit history, as well as people who are looking to refinance their house or renew their mortgage. Paul Hunjan explores the mortgage rates at more than 50 banks and […]

Credit Repair Sacramento Launches to Help Californians Eliminate Bad Credit in …

Credit Repair Sacramento is a new business looking to help people recover their damaged credit scores in the minimum time possible, by offering unique finance management assistance. This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire San Francisco, CA — (SBWIRE) — 09/04/2015 — Bad credit is everywhere in the modern developed world, and much of […]

How Can I Own a Home If I Have a Bad Credit Score?

(Photo : Christianity Daily) (From left to right: Woogie Kim, Robert Park, Sang Shin, Hyepin Im, Sunny Park, Austin Park) Representatives from banks, members of the KCCD board, and representatives of political leaders were present at a press conference on Wednesday to introduce KCCDs 14th annual homeownership fair. Korean Churches for Community Development (KCCD) is […]

JinkoSolar confirms US$1.5 billion credit to support projects arm

JinkoSolar power plant project. The company has secured credit worth US$1.5b for its project activities. Image: JinkoSolar.

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