Everyone should be aware of potential student loan scams. There are predatory companies and individuals seeking to capitalize on confusion over student loan repayment and forgiveness statuses. Always contact your lender directly and avoid providing personal information to unknown callers.
As state relief programs expire and landlords are starting eviction processes, please be aware of your rights and options as a renter. You may have the option to pay back your rent arrears through a bankruptcy case and enable you to stay in your home.
Consumers are paying more for everything, including the essentials, across the US. As prices rise and the median income falls, families will be greatly affected by mounting debt.
If you feel like you are drowning in debt, or your bills are piling up, you are not alone. Boleman Law will help you. We have legal solutions for your financial problems.
What are the concerns after the Supreme Court’s ruling in Henson v. Santander Consumer? Could it affect you? Find out what John Bollinger has to say here!
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is looking into payday lending and in the next 12 to 18 months may issue guidance or propose regulations for the $46 billion business. At a CFPB hearing in Richmond last week speakers for and against payday loans were heard. Read more …http://www.richmond.com/business/sponsored-content/article_c2fa4046-d884-11e4-a4fd-5b33b58a0231.html
Since 1991 Boleman Law Firm has helped over 106,000 Virginians regain their financial health. They help people with financial problems such as vehicle repossession, job loss, home foreclosures, credit card debt and payday or title loans.
In America today, 28% of us have more in credit card debt than we have in savings. That’s up 5% in the past two years. Another 17% of us don’t have any credit card debt, but we don’t have any emergency savings either.
The recent announcement from Family Dollar highlights the growing income gap between consumers who are regaining ground after the depression and those who are still stuck.
I was watching TV a few days ago when I saw an ad that raised my blood pressure to the boiling point. It showed “Mr. and Mrs. Santa” discussing how to pay for Christmas. Mrs. Santa, in a moment of weakness, recommends taking out a title loan on their reindeer sleigh. They could get up to $5,000, she notes, without a credit check.
For many of us, January is the time for our annual renewal. We acknowledge that 2014 is over, along with the problems and joys, and that 2015 is here, bright and shiny. It’s time to get healthy and get a fresh start.
If you’re like most people, you live from paycheck to paycheck. But what happens if your paycheck is suddenly cut by 20% or disappears altogether? If you see sequestration or work cutbacks in your future, here are 10 things you can do to do to get ready.