Most people don’t like paying taxes, and many people withhold far more tax money than they need too. That money has been called a tax free loan to the government, but withholding too much money as opposed to not enough may not be as irrational as some people would like to make it out to be.
Credit Repair Blog
As a consumer in the United States, your credit profile can determine the interest rates you pay on loans, the type of apartment you can rent, and even whether or not you get a certain job. Identifying and fixing errors on your credit reports is vital to improving a bad situation but monitoring your credit can also prevent many issues. How can you monitor your credit to avoid digging yourself out of a hole? Here are four strategies you can use today.
Debt is a dirty word, for millions of Americans, and yet, the average household depends on it for survival. Despite the negative connotations, did you know that owning a mortgage, auto loan and/or student loan can actually help your credit? Surprising, but true. Long-term debts have the ability to improve your credit scores by creating:
As a parent, protecting your children is your first priority, but it isn’t always easy. Sometimes danger can take unexpected forms. While you may think about keeping them safe when crossing the street or climbing a tree, have you thought about keeping their identity safe from thieves? If you haven’t, perhaps you should.
Each year, an estimated 1.3 million children are victims of identity theft, and half are under the age of six. Cases include things like using a child’s name or Social Security number to apply for loans, rent or buy property, or open credit accounts. And you may not even notice until years later when your child tries to apply for student loans or get a car loan. However, if you’ve discovered your child’s identity has been stolen, here’s what you should do.
Identity theft is a common problem in a culture that thrives on connectivity. According to a recent study, 13.1 million consumers lost a combined $15 billion to identity theft last year. While it seems impossible to avoid the widespread threat, there are a few best practices to ensure your credit safety:
Our clients saw over 4,800,000 negative
items removed from their combined credit reports last year.