EmaxHealth

Health knowledge and news provided by doctors.

Ads by Google

Personal Finance

What Does Your Credit Report Really Say About You?

When buying a car, renting an apartment, or even getting a job - a credit report is often pulled. What's on that report may surprise most consumers. According to a study by U.S. Public Interest Research Groups, one in four people have mistakes on their credit report. These mistakes have cost jobs, rejected loans, and ruined many people's lives.

Insurance and Money: 

Home Loan Tips: Avoid Mortgage Troubles, Other Pangs of Rising Interest Rates

As any real estate agent knows, home sales heat up with rising temperatures every summer. Now, with mortgage interest rates more than a full point higher than at this time last year, fuel costs riding high, higher minimum credit card payments and consumer debt still raging, many U.S. homeowners risk foreclosure on their homes, but they don't have to lose their slice of the American dream.

Insurance and Money: 

Pages