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How Much Are You Losing By Doing Non-Promotable Work?

Every office has non-promotable work that needs to be done, including tasks like planning birthday parties, organizing happy hours, and taking out the trash. While your team appreciates these things being done and they contribute to the overall culture of…

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Repossession Credit Scores: What You Need to Know

One of the harsh truths of secured loans is that your asset can be repossessed if you fail to make the payments. In the words of the FTC, “your consumer rights may be limited” if you miss your monthly payments, and when that happens, both your financial situation and your bank balance will take a […]

Repossession Credit Scores: What You Need to Know is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.

Here’s How to Turn Food Pantry Staples into Delicious Meals

Pandemic-related layoffs and income loss have driven many people to community food pantries for the first time in their lives. According to Feeding America, about four out of every 10 people who visited a food bank from March through June of last year were first-time visitors. As the winter holidays approached, more than 80% of […]

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By: Jeanine Skowronski

In reply to <a href="https://www.credit.com/blog/ways-a-debt-collector-may-be-breaking-the-law-18624/#comment-122823">Anita Miller</a>. Statute of limitations on debt vary by state and there are complexities beyond that, particularly with regard to credit card debt, so you may want to consult a consumer attorney if you have questions. Something very important to note: Failure to show up in court could result in a summary judgment against you — which can lead to garnishment. So it's in your best interest to appear in court. You can bring your credit reports to support your case. Again, a consumer attorney could provide more help. Some more info here: https://www.credit.com/debt/statutes-of-limitations/ http://blog.credit.com/2015/04/7-things-you-need-to-know-about-the-statutes-of-limitation-for-debt-114442/ http://blog.credit.com/2013/08/sued-by-your-credit-card-company-67822/ Thanks, Jeanine

How To Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy

Depending on your personal situation, filing for bankruptcy may be the best option to solve your financial problems. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies both come with major repercussions. However, they certainly don’t end your…

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How To Freeze Your Credit After The Equifax Hack

Here’s how you can freeze your credit to avoid fraudulent activity. This is especially important after a hack like the one experienced by Equifax recently.

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What’s a Good Credit Score?

Your credit score is incredibly important. In fact, this number is so influential on various financial aspects of life that it can determine your eligibility to be approved for credit cards, car loans, home mortgages, apartment rentals, and even certain…

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A September State of Mind

Hi friends. So sorry to go completely MIA on you. Between attempting online school with a five-year-old, much of California burning to the ground, and the general state total chaos in which we find ourselves, getting to the computer for any length of time has been a bit of challenge,…

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