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If you’ve settled the debt for less than the full balance or the creditor has forgiven the debt, there may be another bill on the way.
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The CDC has extended the federal eviction moratorium, but not all renters are protected under the new order. Here's what to know.
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Reaffirmation presents an opportunity to keep your car during bankruptcy, but is it the best idea? Here's what to know.
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As life starts to weasel its way back into a state of normalcy, many are taking a second look at their financial situation.
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Many businesses are starting to struggle with the idea of whether or not they qualify for PPP loan forgiveness. Here are your options.
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Job growth in Los Angeles isn't painting the most optimistic of pictures, thanks to a variety of factors. Here's the latest.
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Woman stressed about debt consolidation
Debt consolidation loans often sound to good to be true - that's because they often are. Here's what you should know before signing.
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There's more that goes into retirement planning than you might think; unfortunately, a lot of us are nowhere close to being ready.
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It may seem tempting to cash in your 401(k) to handle debts that have piled up, but that could be an enormous mistake. Here's why.
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Household debt, despite what many would have anticipated during a pandemic, has evidently declined in Q2. Here's a quick analysis.
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The latest Federal Report on Economic Well-Being has been released, bringing with it some worrying highlights.
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Financial stress is enough of a beast to deal with as it is, but did you know it can lead to tangible health implications too?
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