Car Loans for People on Social Security

Since 1974, the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program has helped several blind, aged and disabled Americans. Today, the SSI program is a source of income to approximately eight million people of America. Car lenders often have a problem in approving your loan request, if you receive income from SSI or any of the following sources: […]

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Aiming for a Greener Financial System

In the year 2015, being a person who likes to stay abreast of the various political and economic activities, I was often confused with the term ‘Green Finance’. Moreover, the excessive use of this term in G20 pushed me to learn more about it and provide an understanding to you as well. Green finance can […]

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Fix My Credit Score Now

There’s a surplus of ways to harm your credit score such as running up student loans. Luckily, with some diligence and hard work, there are also a surplus of ways to fix your credit. So, if you’ve stumbled into a bad situation and found yourself wondering, “Yikes! How can I fix my credit score now?”, […]

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Debt – The Bane of a Happy Life

Getting into debt is far easier than getting out of it. That’s really overstating the obvious but that’s how people get into financial muddles and messes that can ruin lives leading to depression, disillusionment and even result in loss of life. So, getting into debt is a dangerous situation that otherwise mar a peaceful, happy […]

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