Manage Your Business Cash Flow – 0% APR Credit Cards

Manage Your Business Cash Flow – 0% APR Credit Cards

Coronavirus is affecting many businesses all over the United States. Some fear that a recession is just around the corner. Is your business being affected? Here in this post, we will discuss how you can better manage your business cash flow during a time when business...
Refinancing Your Home to Pay Off Credit Card Debt

Refinancing Your Home to Pay Off Credit Card Debt

Mortgage rates are now at a historic low, and a lot of people are rushing to refinance their homes to pay off other accumulated debt. In this post, I have invited a great and experienced mortgage broker  Shimon Klagsbrun from Funding Source (contact details at...
Debt Settlement- Everything You Need To Know

Debt Settlement- Everything You Need To Know

Debt Settlement According to the Federal Reserve, the national credit card debt reached a record 104 trillion dollars in 2019! A recent survey conducted by a research group for creditcards.com found that more than 60 percent of Americans cannot pay their credit card...
High Credit Card Bills? Balance Transfers

High Credit Card Bills? Balance Transfers

Here is my 2020 resolution. None of my readers will be paying interest on their credit card bills anymore! There are so many options out there on how to consolidate the debt for lower or even no interest. Yet there are so many people who just sit and pay interest...
Is Bankruptcy An Option?

Is Bankruptcy An Option?

Filing bankruptcy is something that everyone wishes never to have to do in their lifetime. But, if someone, G-d forbid, is in a position where he needs to lift the knife off his/her neck, is bankruptcy at all an option? Is it as scary as it sounds? I invited my good...
NYC Collection Laws

NYC Collection Laws

Debt collector agencies are the category for which the DCA receives the most complaints. Therefore, the DCA has beefed up the consumer protection laws against debt collectors. If a debt collector violates one of these laws they can be fined $1000 or more per incident....