How Can You Tackle Your Consumer Debt After Divorce?

Posted on: 22 October 2015

If you regularly carry credit card balances or have outstanding loans for autos, furniture, or appliances, you're not alone -- in fact, the average U.S. household owes more than $7,000 in credit card debt. However, this level of debt is easier to manage when working with another wage-earning adult. After you've just gone through a messy divorce and are working on rebuilding your financial life, you may not know where to begin to tackle your consumer debt.
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4 Things You Should Know About Bail Bonds

Posted on: 16 October 2015

If you've ever found yourself in jail due to the fact that you have to pay bail, springing for a bail bond might be something that you might want to consider. Essentially, a bail bond is a loan that a lender will allow you under certain conditions. There are a lot of things that people don't seem to know about bail bonds. Here are four things you should know about bail bonds.
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What Could Changes To The New York City Bail System Mean For You?

Posted on: 15 October 2015

Being faced with the news that a spouse, child, or other close relative has been arrested and is being held in jail pending a bond determination can be frightening -- particularly if you know you'll have trouble coming up with the cash or property to pay a significant amount to a bondsman. You may be concerned that a high cash bail can keep your relative incarcerated for months (or even years) pending trial.
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5 Reasons Online Banking Does Not Mean You Should Forget Your Personal Ledger

Posted on: 14 October 2015

Online banking is becoming increasingly popular. With the increase in debit and credit transactions, it is important to be able to see a constant record of what you have spent. Additionally, it allows you to easily pay your bills and see when direct deposits clear without having to go to your bank or an ATM. Unfortunately, many young people choose to depend solely on the convenience of their online banking ledger as opposed to keeping their own personal ledger.
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