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SILVER CLINIC | I am unemployed and cannot afford my house or my car. What should I do with my debt?

Forfeiture requires an application to the High Court (which involves hiring the services of legal professionals), and essentially means that anything the consumer owns that is of value would be sold to pay off existing debt. Krisanapong detraphiphat / Getty A Fin24 reader who has been unemployed during the Covid-19 …

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How To Get A Car Loan – A Quick Guide

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Today a car is a necessity. It is necessary to get to work or, in some cases, to get to work. A vehicle is also a necessity for people to get to groceries, doctor’s appointments, and wherever else they need to go. …

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Austinians Pay More Bills Than Anyone In Texas, Study Finds

AUSTIN (KXAN) – According to a recent study, Austinites pay more for household bills than anyone in Texas. The study, conducted by online payment company Doxo, said residents of Austin pay an average of $ 2,300 per month on “the 10 most common household bills.” The study found that the …

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Can You Lock In Interest Rates On Auto Loans?

Some manufacturers offer to lock in rates on custom orders, so you can take advantage of current deals, even if the car isn’t on the lot yet. Since many auto manufacturers are experiencing inventory shortages due to supply chain issues, this can be a good opportunity to save money on …

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How this 30-year-old paid off $ 100,000 in debt in 5 years

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on product links from our affiliate partners. By the time Alaina Curry graduated from college in 2009, she had accumulated over $ 80,000 in …

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Opinion: what the Fed cut means for your wallet

On November 3, 2021, the Federal Reserve announced that it was ending the bond buying program it had put in place since March 2020. The Fed’s Policy Development Committee said it would immediately be “tapered” asset purchases of $ 15 billion each month. Central bank had bought $ 120 billion …

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SberBank grants more loans to 9M21 than to 12M20

During 9M21, SberBank strengthened its leadership in the consumer credit market in Russia, granting more than 2.1 billion rubles of general purpose loans (excluding mortgages and car loans), up 42% year-on-year and more than in 12M20. A record high was recorded in July-September when retail customers obtained nearly 800 billion …

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