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Expiration Dates Fuzzy on old Card Debt

Read more at:  http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2013/03/22/expiration-dates-fuzzy-on-old-card-debt/#ixzz2Z7XVEvhb Many debts become legally uncollectible as the statute of limitations run on old debt.  However, it may be difficult to ascertain when ones legal obligation expires.  A recent article in Fox Business News goes over the … Continue reading

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President Obama Looking into Lowering Student Loan Interest Rates

According to a report in the Washington Post, President Barack Obama is touring college campuses in an effort for support in order to seek a Congressional extension of lower interest rates for Stafford student loans. If Congress doesn’t act prior to … Continue reading

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Do you have a defense to a Credit Card Complaint?

The majority of people being sued on a credit card debt end up in default for not responding to the lawsuit timely. The result is a win for the party suing them, and they accomplish this without even proving that … Continue reading

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