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Consumer Rights

Millions of Americans live paycheck to paycheck; it’s even worse when you discover that you aren’t getting paid everything you’re owed.
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California's Department of Business Oversight is now the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI). Here's what's changed.
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Now more than ever more and more businesses - lawyers included - are going out of business. Here's what to do if your lawyer closes up shop.
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Evicted woman preparing to move surrounded by boxes
The California eviction process is one that can be incredibly complicated. It's important for your own protection to know your rights.
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Credit report inaccuracies can take the wind out of your sails when you're working to build your credit. Here are your options.
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Changing the channel from a debt negotiation ad
We've all seen the late night debt negotiation ads promising to solve all of your financial woes, but be warned, they're often a trap.
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Creditor harassment is entirely too frequent of an occurance in California. Know your rights, and keep yourself protected.
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Debt settlement often looks tempting at first glance, but is it the best option for debt? The truth is it could be, but there are downsides to consider.
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The decision to file a separate bankruptcy can be one that makes sense, but if you're married, there may be other aspects to consider for your spouse.
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American finances can be a tumultuous subject sometimes; we dissect some of the national trends in the financial areas of the country.
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Free Security Freezes
A new federal law is enhancing two key tools that Americans can use to help protect against identity theft: security freezes and fraud alerts. Better yet, both tools are free.
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Identity Theft
Although there are no foolproof methods for preventing identity theft, there are some steps that everyone can take to make it harder for criminals to target them and steal their personal information.
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