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How To Spot Common Examples Of Check Fraud

There are many opinions that people have when it comes to using checks. Some business owners may consider it an outdated form of payment. Some B2B businesses are used to handling transactions with checks. Then some business owners are wary of using checks for fear of fraud. If you find yourself as one of the…

Common Fair Credit Reporting Act Mistakes And Violations

Your credit report is responsible for so many financial decisions in your life. It can be used to determine what type of property you can buy, what credit cards are available to you, and even what job you are eligible for. That’s why you want to ensure that your credit report has as few errors…

How Student Loan Errors Can Affect Your Credit Report

When it comes to your credit report, you want to ensure that all information is accurate. This includes all financial information, like your student loans. You don’t want your student loans to affect you any more than they should. If you’ve paid your loan payments on time, you want that reflected on your credit report….

Common Signs of Financial Infidelity

The wife scrambling to beat her husband home before he sees the Amazon packages on the porch or the husband claiming the tickets to that big game were a gift from a client when he actually paid top dollar for them are a couple of examples of financial infidelity. Sometimes, the amounts being spent are…

Common Costly Florida Foreclosure Mistakes

Now that state and federal pandemic protections for homeowners are no longer in place. Florida foreclosures are happening at an alarming pace. If you are late on your mortgage payments, you may have concerns about foreclosure.  Mortgage lenders usually begin foreclosure after a homeowner misses their fourth payment.  But there are ways to defend yourself…

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