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How long does a foreclosure remain on your credit report?

I have a foreclosure from 2003 that continues to prevent me from re-financing my current mortgage. How long will it continue to haunt me? … Read entire article »

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I have 2 tax liens on my credit report and I am filing for Bankruptcy Chapter 7. My attorney said that my?

back taxes will qualify to be discharged( 2 tax liens on my credit) However one of the tax liens full balance will not be discharged due to a recent tax audit. My question is if my tax liens are discharged will I be able to remove the liens from my credit? Thanks. … Read entire article »

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Do I need to report the equity “cash out” from mortgage refinance as income?

I do my own taxes every year, but this year I have a question. I refinanced my mortgage in the spring. Had a significant amount of equity and decided to “cash out” some of my equity to help pay off some outstanding debts (car, student loan, credit card balance) and kept some to keep in saving (so it’s accessible, if needed). I know the government tries to take a piece of everything, but this is MY money. It’s not “wages” — does that make a difference? … Read entire article »

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LPAC Weekly Report, Jan 11, 2012

LPAC Weekly Report … Read entire article »

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NEW Debt Watchers Program Monitor Your Credit Report & Get Out Of Debt Poem / Rep ID: NSHY7 Debt Watchers is an exclusive program only available to you by invitation, that uses Equifax Credit Reports to track consumer debt, and estimate how long it will take you to become debt free. It also monitors your credit, provides credit reports, and protects you from Identity theft. Debt Watchers is THE Debt Free Solution for 2010. … Read entire article »

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Market Report – Asia Banks Jump

Asian markets jumped today, ahead of a possible European Central Bank rate cut. Regional investors are expecting to see the central bank cut rates to a record low of one percent. Results of the US bank stress test also come today, and the Treasury Department has said none of the 19 banks are at risk of insolvency. Japan’s Nikkei rallied after a 3-session holiday to a 6-month high, led by soaring financials like Mitsubishi UFJ. Sumitomo Mitsui rose sharply after it said it will buy Citigroup’s Japan brokerage for $5.9 billion. Seoul shares hit a 7-month high led by Korea Exchange Bank, which surged after a report that Korea Development Bank was considering buying the lender. And a surprise rise in Australian employment helped lift Sydney stocks, while News Corp … Read entire article »

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November 2009 California Foreclosure Report

In this months report we highlight the fact that cancellations jumped by 40 percent indicating that the Home Affordable Modification Program is likely to have a significant impact on foreclosures. … Read entire article »

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Petsumer Report Pet Food Ratings And Reviews

Over 70 Million U.s. Pet Owners Want To Know…which Pet Foods Use Risky Imports. Petsumer Report Tells Them And A Lot More! Easy Comparisons On Over 1,600 Dog Foods, Cat Foods, And Pet Treats. Affordable And Easy To Sell. 50% Commission. Petsumer Report Pet Food Ratings And Reviews … Read entire article »

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The California Report: Diagnosis of Debt

A lot of Americans don’t realize they are one accident or illness away from financial insolvency — even with health insurance. Meet a man whose life has been turned upside down by his medical bills. Video produced by Lauren M. Whaley, CHCF Center for Health Reporting. … Read entire article »

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Sen. Ted Kaufman Introduces COP’s November Report

In this video, Chairman Ted Kaufman of the TARP Congressional Oversight Panel introduces the COP November report, “Examining the Consequences of Mortgage Irregularities for Financial Stability and Foreclosure Mitigation.” The full report is available online at … Read entire article »

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Future Money Trends Report – - – Episode 3 – August 5, 2011 A debt ceiling compromise was reached but the US government failed to make any substantial change in policy when it agreed to raise the debt ceiling enough to last until 2013. The agreement lowers previously defined spending however it still adds seven trillion dollars to the US national debt over the next ten years. US debt has now reached 100% of GDP with no end in sight to fiscal irresponsibility. http Rating agency Moody’s kept the US AAA credit rating but put the United States on a negative outlook making it likely for a future downgrade. Standard & Poor’s as well as Fitch rating agencies are also likely to downgrade the US Some other rating agencies of the world have already downgraded the US including recently a Chinese rating … Read entire article »

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