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How to Avoid being Sued by a Debt Collector!

Tweet Have you ever gotten one of those threatening letters from an attorney either disguised as a Debt Collector or working for a Debt collector, telling you that you’re about to be sued! That’s right sued! What did you do?  Did you go into a panic attack?  or did you just ignore the threatening letter? Well if your not sure what to
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Downsizing Your Home: The Myths and Realities

TweetWaking up one morning and realising that the home you live in is too big for you might lead you to consider downsizing. Most people do this for financial reasons. Selling a large home and buying a small home certainly frees up some money that can then be spent on other things. If you’re thinking about downsizing, you need to
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Does Moving Have to be Expensive? How to Save Money When Moving Into a New Home

TweetMany people automatically assume that moving house has to be expensive and unmanageable. But does that really need to be the case? There are some things you can do to bring down the logistical costs associated with moving into a new house. If you want to learn more about these things, you should read on now. Then you can put
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Getting The Most Out Of Your Next Car Purchase

Tweet  (Image Source) Buying a car is a tricky exchange with loads of paperwork and confusing terminology. Of course, it’s also a pretty exciting time. All of this will often lead to people over paying or not getting the most out of their purchase. Ideally, you should be aiming to get the best option that you can afford. To help
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Clever Shortcuts To A Healthy Credit Score

TweetIf you’re eyeing up a new car, house or want to start your own business, and need some money to make it happen, a healthy credit score is a must. Lenders look at your credit rating to decide whether to lend you money, how much you can borrow and, how much interest they’ll charge. Thankfully, there are some sure-fire ways
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