Identity theft is a rampant problem which can cost you many hours if you become a victim. Cleaning up your credit and fixing the problems caused by an identity thief is a painful process, but there are some simple steps you can take to fix the problem.
If you’ve ever lost an ATM or credit card, you know it’s not a fun experience losing access to your accounts for a couple of days. Learn what to do if you lose a card.
A recent survey showed that up to 79% of credit reports have some inaccurate information on them, with 25% of errors so major that it would cause the consumer to have a credit application denied. With this many errors, you should regularly review your credit report and request inaccurate information be fixed.
Debt collection can be a stressful process. After a long day at work, do you really want to hear from a debt collector trying to collect on a bill? If you simply don’t have the money to pay the bill, do you want that phone call? Learn how to deal with debt collectors.
Managing your money so that you have enough for retirement and college education can be a very challenging process. Learn some tips for how to manage your money so you can succeed in funding both areas.
Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of people have their information compromised each year. There are distinct steps you can take after you personal identifying information or credit cards are compromised.
Managing money can be a complex endeavor and for the elderly and disabled, it can be an impossible task. Fortunately, there are many people who serve as financial caregivers to help them manage their finances. Learn how to help in this free tutorial.