How to Contact a Real Person at a Credit Bureau

The information that credit bureaus collect affects just about every aspect of your life. Whether you’re approved for a credit card, get a good mortgage rate, can rent an apartment or even get a job – they all can hinge … Continue reading →

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How Tapping Home Equity Can Pay the Taxes on a Roth IRA Conversion

Here’s what to know about using a reverse mortgage to convert retirement assets.

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How Long Do Hard Inquiries Stay on Your Credit Report?

Your credit report offers valuable insight into your financial history and affects most of your financial future. Everything from whether you get approved for a mortgage to what your credit card interest rate will be balances on your credit score. Negative information on your credit report can be detrimental for years. Wonder how long hard inquiries stay on your credit report?… Read More

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As Markets Wobble, Will We See a Wave of Reverse Mortgages?

With retirement accounts taking a huge hit, one leading indicator shows we might soon see a wave of reverse mortgages.

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We Earn $200,000 and Can’t Save. Help!

Mia, 35 and her husband Luke, 36, earn a combined $200,000 per year. But after paying their mortgage and rental property loan, as well as car and student loans, child care, and other living expenses, the Los Angeles couple has…

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Freezing Your Credit

In the age of paperless transactions, identify theft is something that virtually all of us are susceptible to. If your identity is stolen, the consequences can be severe, and in some cases, can take years to recover from. One way to be proactive against fraud and defend yourself from identity theft, is to freeze your […]

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How to Build Financial Resilience in An Economic Downturn

Do you remember all those soothing economic numbers that were floating around as recently as February? You know – the record low unemployment rate of 3.5%, and the record high stock market, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing at almost 30,000? It seems like ages ago, doesn’t it? The coronavirus happened and changed it […]

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