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Goodwill Letter: Should I Write One to Remove a Late Payment?

A goodwill letter usually asks creditors to overlook the past due bill and accept your payment as if it had been received on time. The end result is left up to the creditor to decide whether or not to erase any negative marks on your credit report.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
6 Tips to Break The Cycle of Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Living paycheck to paycheck is a problem that the majority of Americans face. However, it is very much possible to break the cycle. Here's how.

by Shaun Morgan
Am I Spending Too Much on Rent? Here’s Your Answer.

We all need a place to call home. But rent prices, like most everything, seem to be rising ever higher. Here's how to know if your rent is not just high, but too high for you.

by Pam Hill
3 Little-Known Facts About Collections

When a bill is sent to a debt collection agency, it can severely impact your financial health. Your credit score will suffer, and the delinquency will stay on your credit report for seven years. Here's what you should know about the collections process.

by Shaun Morgan
What is a Co-Signer? | CapWay

If you have little or no credit history, you may need a co-signer to get approved for certain loans like auto or mortgages. Even as an apartment applicant, you may need a co-signer. A co-signer can increase your chances of getting approval from a lender.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Revolving Credit Line vs. Non-Revolving Credit Line

One of the simplest ways to secure financing is through a line of credit.  The application process for lines of credit tends to be quicker and less involved than for other types of financing such as business loans, personal loans or mortgages.

by Pam Hill
Tips on Successful Budgeting While in College

Attending college is an important milestone. While in college it’s a must to establish a great financial mindset. According to a study by Ohio State University, more than 70 percent of college students reported feeling stressed about their finances.

by Matin Varshochi
Five Tips to Combine Finances After Marriage

To successfully manage your finances as newlyweds, it is important that both you and your spouse get and stay on the same page. Here are six tips to get you well on your way toward merging your finances with your spouse.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
How to Celebrate National Insurance Awareness Day

Smart money decisions early on will set the tone for your financial stability later on in life. Having insurance is a large part of financial security because it can protect you from unexpected events that can be costly in the future. To ensure people were updating their insurance policies regularly, June 28 was named “National Insurance Awareness Day.”

by Matin Varshochi
Five Signs of Financial Instability

Unfortunately, many people aren’t aware if they are financially unstable. However, your financial knowledge can pay the most significant dividends. Keep reading to find out the five tell-tale signs that you are facing financial instability.

by Shaun Morgan
5 Ways To Celebrate Financial Literacy Month

Money shouldn't be a taboo topic of discussion. April is financial literacy month and it is all about spreading awareness about the importance of financial literacy.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell

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