Welcome to the October 22, 2007 edition of credit report stories. (the next edition will be held on November 5th at USA in Debt.)
Melissa presents When Good Credit Reports Go Bad: How To Dispute Collections Errors posted at A Penny Closer.
Jason Elder presents How To Find A Cheap Bankruptcy Lawyer - Basic Tips On Choosing One posted at A Bankruptcy Lawyer's Blog.
Aaron Wakling presents Apply For A Credit Card Online - What You Must Know posted at The Credit & Credit Card Blog.
Allen Taylor presents Stocks Are Your Best Shot For Getting A Return Over And Above The Pace Of Inflation posted at Investing World Today.
Tim Ramsey presents How To Save Thousands When Paying Off Student Loans posted at My Debt Relief Blog, saying, "The primary strategy for saving money when paying back student loans is to consolidate multiple loans into one with a (hopefully) lower interest rate, which will reduce the amount of interest you are paying on the loan(s) and will also lower your monthly payment. You truly can save thousands of dollars by consolidating student loans."
Eric Stanley presents Saving For Retirement ? The Big Lie! posted at Personal Finance Blog Articles, saying, "Why is it that only about 5% of the population is rich or financially independent when retirement age arrives? Why are so many Americans hovering around, at, or below the poverty level in the richest nation that has ever been known? The answer to that question is, at the same time, simple and complex."
Thomas Humes presents Saving Money - An Easy But Tricky Job posted at Wealth Building World, saying, "The advantages of saving money are numerous. Saving money is undoubtedly one of the easiest ways for amassing wealth. But in spite of being easy, people often fail to save properly. It is almost a ritual that needs to be put into practice. Only then one can be assured of accumulating a considerable amount saving."
Ryan Russell presents Is Debt Consolidation A Good Idea? posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Debt consolidation comes in several forms, including credit counseling, balance transfers, and debt consolidation loans, so review your options carefully before making a decision."
Tracy Coenen presents Credit monitoring services doing more harm than good? posted at FRAUDfiles.
Henry Bagdasarian presents Free Credit Report Monitoring posted at Free Identity Theft Prevention, Detection and Fraud Solutions.
Larry Russell presents Understand the confusing securities market motion picture posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "Securities markets are usually very quick to adjust prices to reflect new information. However, this price adjustment process may take longer and be more volatile, if the new information is ambiguous."
Juan Millon (1mil) presents How Can I Establish Credit with a Low Credit Score posted at Millionster.com.
Larry Russell presents Avoiding financial advisor and investment counselor frauds and scams - Overview posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "The best way to avoid being defrauded or scammed by a financial or investment advisor is to investigate carefully several different advisers before hiring one of them. If you carefully choose a financial adviser or investment counselor, you have a far greater chance of finding one who is objective, competent, and ethical. This could help you to avoid significant problems in the future."
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