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  • Using Your Credit Cards as Funding For Entrepreneurs

    by Ruth Racey

    Entrepreneurs play an essential role in reviving a dying economy in recession-stricken places and countries. Because business ventures give employment opportunities to many people, the government is more or less encouraged to fund aspiring entrepreneurs. But not everyone is lucky to have enough funding for their business. Some people have … (more) June 5, 2011

  • Two Simple, Sure-Fire Steps to a Better Credit Report

    by Ruth Racey

    Everybody needs a good credit score. Just like an exam back in high school, you need to review well to get an A+. And ever since you were reared into that kind of mindset, it has not changed yet. Now that you have grown up into fully productive professionals, improving … (more) April 20, 2011

  • Getting a Housing Loan and your Credit Report

    by Ruth Racey

    Every country must address the problem of housing and must provide enough shelters for its people—including making sure that it is well affordable for the diligent middle-wage earner. The government already pooled resources and effort to help the housing sector. The products of this are agencies such as the Federal … (more) April 10, 2011

  • How to Avail No-Down Payment Home Loans with the Help of Your Credit Report

    by Ruth Racey

    We were born into a society which cultivated the use of terminologies such as mortgage, credit line, loan, prime, subprime, foreclosure, and even bankruptcy. The use of loans is deeply imbedded into our psyche that it has been typical for people to speak, think and see loan at least once … (more) April 5, 2011

  • Everything You Need to Know about Credit Reports

    by Ruth Racey

    A credit report contains all necessary information about your identity just like any other document. It contains your full name, current and previous address, social security number, telephone number, current and previous employers, and birth date. Social status may also be asked when necessary, so if you are married, you … (more) March 28, 2011