Solon warns Imee Marcos of possible detention for skipping hearings

by Shelton on June 28th, 2017

filed under Below Average Credit

… of giving evasive answers, tantamount to refusal to answer questions about the money meant for the benefit of tobacco farmers, but supposedly misused as cash advances for the purchase of motor vehicles without the benefit of competitive public

How Consumers May Actually Benefit From The Fed Hike

by Shelton on June 27th, 2017

filed under Uncategorized

When the Federal Reserve raises its benchmark Federal Funds Rateas it did on June 14 by a quarter-pointattention tends to focus on interest-rate increases on debt and future borrowing.

Extreme heat about to subside

by Shelton on June 26th, 2017

filed under Credit Scores

This is not something everyone can do though as we found out from Bill Holstein from All-Knight Heating & Cooling. He was going on about 10 different jobs today alone to repair air conditioning. He says the calls go way up when it's this hot and the

Disregard Your Financials, Cash Is All That Matters

by Shelton on June 25th, 2017

filed under Car Lending

I had a contractor client once, who built relatively low-end homes, and whose revenue had dropped from $300 million a year, to $60 million.

Recent bankruptcy filings in Minneapolis and St. Paul

by Shelton on June 24th, 2017

filed under Uncategorized

Craig James Weber, as surety for Bridgewater Construction LLC, 2516 W. 95th St., Bloomington; filed June 16, 17-41830; Chap. 7; assets, $545,150; liabilities, $283,330.

Periscope lets you buy and send Super Hearts that broadcasters can cash in

by Shelton on June 23rd, 2017

filed under Car Lending

Today Periscope launches Super Hearts – in-app purchase virtual goods that users buy for real money, send to creators as animated hearts that get them attention in the comment reel and that broadcasters can then redeem with Twitter for a monthly cash …

Money Talk: Six ways to achieve a better FICO score and meet your financial goals

by Shelton on June 21st, 2017

filed under Uncategorized

For example, you deposit $500 on your secured credit card, you now have a $500 credit limit on your card. If you decide to increase it to $1000, you pay the $1000 upfront and you can borrow against it up to $1000.

NAFCU to CFPB: CARD Act puts burden on CUs, relief needed

by Shelton on June 21st, 2017

filed under Uncategorized

More specifically, Kossachev noted that the CARD Act's ability to pay requirements, as applied to secured credit cards, has made it harder for credit unions to help those individuals who need access to credit the most.

Argentina issues 100-year bond. What could go wrong?

by Shelton on June 20th, 2017

filed under Uncategorized

Car loans often have a 3-7 year term. Student loans can easily go 10 or 15 years. A home mortgage can last 30 years. It's the same with government bonds, which often have a term up to 30 years.

Credit Card Startups Race for Space in Your Wallet

by Shelton on June 19th, 2017

filed under Uncategorized

With so many websites offering free financial tools, it can be hard to know whom to trust. At NerdWallet, we spend literally 1,000s of hours researching partner offers and following strict editorial integrity to match you with the perfect choice.