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Credit Capitol: Charlotte Area’s Helping Hand

Published on September 27, 2016 By admin

We’ve all been there. The car or truck that’s been paid off for years – the car or truck that’s been saving us from monthly payments – has come to its final days. We need a loan from a financial institution to replace our departed friend. For those with solid or perfect credit, securing that […]

Paying Back Your Student Loans for Better Credit

Published on January 15, 2012 By admin

These days its hard to get through college without having some kind of student loan. Many students also sign up for loans for the extra cash and don’t consider the long term repercussions of taking out such massive amounts of debt. Then once the students get out of school they may have difficulty getting a […]

Obama Authorizes New Student Loan Debt Policy

Published on October 28, 2011 By admin

President Obama announced on Wednesday a plan to help out college graduates in paying back their student loan debt. The plan that he is announcing has already been passed into law, but has not yet taken effect. At the announcement today Obama will explain that They will be authorizing the student loan changes starting this […]

Bank of America Fees Are Making Customers Mad

Published on October 28, 2011 By admin

We’ve already written here about how Bank of America is going to start charging its customers a five dollar fee every month when they use their debit card, but now that the news has had time to stew in people’s minds, the reactions of consumers have ranged from mildly annoyed to furious. Luckily there are […]

Tips for First Time Buyers–A No Credit Car Loan Primer

Published on September 7, 2011 By admin

You are looking to get your very first car—you’re excited and proud, and rightfully so. Congratulations! This is a huge milestone in your life. After your initial elation, however, you may find that, like many first time car buyers, the excitement of searching for that perfect first car can soon turn to trepidation. How on […]