AllstateDebtConsolidation.Com Announces Its Latest Ranking of Top Debt …

by Shelton on February 1st, 2015

filed under Debt Consolidation

AllstateDebtConsolidation.Com revealed the top ranking Debt Consolidation Companies.

(PRWEB) January 07, 2015

In a recent announcement, the leading website designed to help people understand and manage debt consolidation revealed the top ranking companies in this space. The online site provides valuable insights to people who are struggling to manage their debt and are confused on how to proceed with the same. They review and rank the companies to make any search for the right firm easier.

According to Jack, a company spokesperson, “Instead of having to sift through all of the debt sites on the internet, people in debt can get a leg up by using Allstate’s website, which includes a ranking guide for the best firms available.”

According to Allstate Debt Consolidation, they have already done most of the hard work and research, which is posted on their website. “Debtors seeking outside help can use the rankings on the site along with their own due diligence to speed the whole process up,” the spokesperson added. “Finding the right debt consolidation company has never been easier or more hassle-free,” expressed one of the users who has referred to the information on the site.

In addition to providing these helpful rankings, the website also features many articles and guides designed for consumers to understand the consolidation process in an uncomplicated manner. The articles and features contain a variety of topics curated and created to address almost all kinds of queries and doubts. Also, it will help people across different levels of the debt elimination process.

A pleased website user cited, “It is a huge relief to finally being able to pay all bills on time and still have a little something left over at the end of the month. I am so thankful to have found a resource that helps me to get rid of all the stress associated with debt.”

Some of the firms that Allstate Debt Consolidation reviews include National Debt Relief, Curadebt, American Debt Enders, Prosper loans and a few other companies debtors would be interested in. Consumers get the facts about each firm so they have a good idea of which one might fit their specific debt needs.

Some reports express that the need to consolidate one’s debt has been around for more than 30 years and that’s one of the reasons why it’s so popular.

Once a user has decided to consolidate his or her debt is made, the next step is in deciding which company to go ahead with? Allstate Debt Consolidation aims to help people select the firm that is going to have their best interests in mind, its specialization, legitimacy of the company and the way they can help you in your quest for clarity and efficiency.

About AllstateDebtConsolidation.com

Find out at http://www.allstatedebtconsolidation.com/debt-consolidation-companies.html. It’s all just one click away. Consolidating debt has been one of the more widely used methods of all time. Why? Because consumers like the predictability of it.

They know what they are getting, unlike some other options out there, http://www.AllstateDebtConsolidation.com helps Americans in debt get the right info at the right time

Media Contact Details:

Name: Jack Dominico

Company Name: AllstateDebtConsolidation.com

Email: jrockapp54688(dot)gmail(dot)com

Phone Number: (862) 290-7460

Address: Lodi, NJ

USA 07644

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Sen. Brown Proposes Payday Loan Bill

by Shelton on February 1st, 2015

filed under Cash Advances

WASHINGTON, DC (WSPD) — With millions of Americans turning to payday loans to make ends meet, US Sen. Sherrod Brown is pushing a plan to provide short-term cash advances through their employers using the Earned Income Tax Credit instead of turning to the high interest rate loans.

There are more payday lending stores in our country than there are Starbucks and McDonalds combined, Brown said. Ohioans shouldnt be trapped with a lifetime of debt from predatory loans particularly if they have tax refunds waiting for them.

Under Browns plan, employees who qualify for the EITC could get that money from their employers on their next check and the IRS would then reimburse the employer.

It would average about $500 for workers with children and $133 for those without, Brown said.

In 2012, more than 26 million taxpayers received a lump sum refundable credit through EITC after filing their taxes. Throughout that year, however, more than 12 million Americans used payday loans – with the average loan amounting to less than $400. Meanwhile, the average EITC – which is available to three-quarters of Americans who turn to payday loans – is nearly $3,000 for families with children.

Three-quarters of Americans who turn to costly, high-interest payday loans may have money that they can claim each tax season – in the form of the Earned Income Tax Credit. My proposal would provide many people who work hard and pay their taxes with an alternative to the vicious cycle of debt we so often see with payday loans, Brown said.

If the EITC remains unchanged, 833,000 Ohioans and 23.6 million Americans would be able to take advantage of the plan.

It doesnt mean that payday lenders are going to go out of business or anything like that. It does mean that people have options, Brown said.