7 Kinds of Insurance You May Have Overlooked

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7 Kinds of Insurance You May Have Overlooked

7 Kinds of Insurance You May Have Overlooked

There are certain kinds of insurance we know we are supposed to buy (or at least consider) — like auto or health insurance. But when it comes to other insurance types like life insurance, there are a wide variety of options. You may not think insurance is exciting or interesting, but it’s important to research and… Read More

Evictions Reach 5-Year Low

Personal Finance

Evictions Reach 5-Year Low

Evictions Reach 5-Year Low

Apartment evictions in 2014 were at their lowest level in five years, according to a new report from credit reporting agency TransUnion. The agency recorded 3.4 million evictions last year, down from 3.5 million in 2013. Eviction proceedings vary by state, but generally a landlord needs legal cause for kicking someone out of a rental… Read More

5 Unconventional Ways to Get a Loan

Managing Debt

5 Unconventional Ways to Get a Loan

5 Unconventional Ways to Get a Loan

Whether you’ve been rejected for credit in the past or you are just interested in alternative loan methods, it’s nice to know that there are options out there aside form dealing with big banks. Getting rejected is never fun, and if you have bad credit, you know this all too well. Maybe you are starting or… Read More

Corinthian’s Failure Is the Government’s Failure, Too

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Corinthian’s Failure Is the Government’s Failure, Too

Corinthian’s Failure Is the Government’s Failure, Too

No doubt you’ve heard the news: Corinthian Colleges has flipped the switch, leaving its 16,000 current students in the dark. The for-profit “career college,” headquartered in Santa Ana, Calif., had been the subject of student and staff complaints, investigations by numerous state attorneys general, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Securities and Exchange Commission…. Read More

5 Ways to Save on Summer Travel

Personal Finance

5 Ways to Save on Summer Travel

5 Ways to Save on Summer Travel

With the weather warming up and images of travel getaways looking even sweeter than before, you are probably looking forward to (or trying to figure out how to afford) getting some vacation time this summer. Even if your trip seems miles or months away, you can start figuring out how to save for it now…. Read More

10 States With the Highest Bankruptcy Rates

Managing Debt

10 States With the Highest Bankruptcy Rates

10 States With the Highest Bankruptcy Rates

Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans file for bankruptcy. Even though it damages the consumer’s credit for years and many people would do almost anything to avoid bankruptcy, it’s sometimes the best and fastest way for a debtor to recover from financial hardship. It’s not a decision to make lightly, but it’s also an… Read More

Hard Rock’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Hacked

Identity Theft

Hard Rock’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Hacked

Hard Rock’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Hacked

Las Vegas casinos are renowned for their stringent physical security. Security cameras and bouncers don’t necessarily discourage cyberattacks, however, and a major Vegas property disclosed this weekend that hackers had spent the past seven months stealing credit card data from its systems. The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas sent letters to an undisclosed… Read More

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