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September 8, 2020
Put simply, credit risk is the risk a lender takes when they loan money to a borrower. Makes sense. You wouldn’t let someone you don’t know [...]Read more Credit Risk: What Is It and Do Employees Have It?
Credit in the United States is integral to the development of the consumer economy. Put simply, credit allows you to borrow money or [...]Read more Loans with No Credit Check: Harmful or Helpful?
Student loans – two words that can symbolize a godsend or a financial nightmare for many Americans. It’s no secret student loan debt in the US [...]Read more The Difference Between Federal And Private Student Loans
Recent changes to the FICO score, the most widely used credit score in the world, are likely to affect the score of millions of consumers, and [...]Read more How The New Changes to FICO Can Impact Your Financial Future
Debt consolidation provides a means for rolling multiple debts with high interest, such as credit cards, into a single payment. When done [...]Read more Should You Consolidate Debt with an Unsecured Loan?
Financial difficulties can be a huge stressor for employees during the holiday period, especially when they have added expenses such as travel, [...]Read more Helping Your Employees Mitigate Holiday Financial Stress
A surprising amount of people are unaware of the credit scoring system, let alone their own credit rating. But when they try to get credit to [...]Read more How Does Your Credit Score Affect Your Life?
September 23, 2019
Your credit score can pose a financial dilemma. Having bad credit means you have a credit record, but you’ve made some mistakes and it doesn’t [...]Read more The Trap of No Credit: Is It Worse Than Bad Credit?
The Great Recession was a major economic downturn that affected the global financial markets from December 2007. From that month, until the end [...]Read more Some Areas May Never Recover from the Great Recession