New CFPB Data Highlights Errors On Credit Reports

Every month, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issues a complaint report. This monthly report rotates its product spotlight among different aspects of financial services such as student loans, consumer loans, and debt collection. The most recent release shines a spotlight on credit reporting, revealing one primary source of complaints – inaccurate information on credit…
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Auto Loan Delinquencies Surge To $23.27 Billion

If you are having trouble making your auto loan payments, recent data from the New York Federal Reserve suggests that you are not alone. According to the New York Fed, delinquent auto loans have reached levels not seen in over eight years. Auto loan delinquencies of greater than thirty days or more reached $23.27 billion,…
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5 Common Tax Return Mistakes To Avoid

The Internal Revenue Service has plenty of ways to penalize you for mistakes on your tax return. Some of these potential penalties are so convoluted and complex that there may well be disagreement within the IRS on when they apply. However, most people accrue tax penalties for very simple mistakes. Here are some of the…
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Tax Implications Of Selling Your Home

If you are preparing to sell your home, taxes are probably not the first thing on your mind — and they probably shouldn’t be. However, when tax time does roll around, you need to understand what effects your home sale will have on your taxes. Generally, profits from the sale of your primary home are…
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Many Millennials Consider Debt A Dating Deal Breaker

It’s been said that love is blind. Unfortunately, sometimes love is also broke. Relationships can be tricky enough without the issue of one partner having large-scale debt. Is debt a deal-breaker in a relationship for you? Should it be? A recent survey conducted by SoFi finds that millennials consider debt to be the second-largest deal-breaker…
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