In the retail sector, deferred interest plans are often advertised as charging âno interest untilâ a certain date. After that date, however, the interest that has been accruing since the purchase date is charged to the account. Read on to learn more about how deferred interest works.
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Spouse Has Bad Credit? How It Affects You It wasnât until a few months after my husband and I got married that I decided to check both our credit scores. While my husbandâs credit score wasnât horrible, it certainly didnât…
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A harmonious waterfront estate located in Lloyd Harbor, NY, which was once owned by the Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, has come on the market.
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If you prefer takeout to cooking your own meals, the right credit card can help ensure you earn plenty of points or cash back.
Yet another year is about to come to an end, and that means it’s time to look ahead to what next year has in store. I think just about everyone wants to see the back of 2020, though it wasn’t all bad news. The housing market actually held up surprisingly well, and mortgage lenders enjoyed [&hellip
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Most of us are familiar with new car smell, but home buyers might have caught a whiff of another scent during their home-shopping spree: new house smell.
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With retirement accounts taking a huge hit, one leading indicator shows we might soon see a wave of reverse mortgages.
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Although the percentage of consumers with financial accommodations remains elevated, there are fewer accounts in financial hardship than in May 2020. This could be attributed to the various government stimulus programs as well as many consumers spending less and making debt payoff a priority.
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