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what is a lien on a car

What Is a Lien on a Car?

Buying and selling motor vehicles can be very exciting, but also very complicated. Even the smallest details can affect the processes of buying and selling vehicles. If you’re looking to

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Credit Score & Report

What Is a Charge-Off?

Credit scores and credit reports are extremely important when it comes to making major purchases, such as when you buy a home or a car, or even when you open

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Home & Mortgage

What Is an Underwater Mortgage?

If you’ve ever heard the term “underwater mortgage,” you may wonder how this term differs from a regular mortgage. What does it mean to have an underwater mortgage and how

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Kentucky Foreclosure Process

Foreclosure is something that no homeowner wants to face in their lifetime. However, financial situations can change in the blink of an eye. Maybe you were in a major accident

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What Is the Debt Snowball Method?

The consumer debt balance in America currently sits at $15.31 trillion. This is a huge, almost inconceivable number, but it covers a lot of categories. Mortgages and car loans are

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Credit Score & Report

How to Build Credit Without a Credit Card

It’s common knowledge for many people that credit cards are a good way to improve your credit report over time. However, not everyone automatically qualifies for credit accounts like these.

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