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Will subprime auto loans cause the next financial crises?

A subprime loan is commonly referred to a secured interest loan made to an individual with a credit score of 620 or lower. Interest rates are normally higher on these types of loans in order to offset the riskier lending. In subprime auto loans, serious delinquencies...

Short Term Loans in Bankruptcy

For those drowning in debt and unable to pay bills for basic necessities, a short term loan such as a payday loan, cash advance loan, or title loan may seem like an intriguing option. However, these types of loans are typically only designed to hold you over until the...

Student Loan Debt Management Solutions

If your student loan debt is giving you constant cold sweats and nightmares, you are not alone. There are millions of students in our country that are bogged down by their crippling student loan debt. Most are constantly looking for ways of easing out their financial...

Payday and Title Loan Risks in Bankruptcy

Often taken as a last minute measure, payday loans are a high-interest, easy-to-procure kind of advance that are meant to be paid back in a few months. Under bankruptcy though, they are treated as an unsecured loan. Before looking for fast cash, learn the payday and...

Car Loans In Bankruptcy

If you have an existing car loan when you file for bankruptcy, there are five options for you. In most cases, you might even be able to hold on to your car. It depends on how far through you are with the payment, and the worth of the car in the years that you have...

Student Loan Debt Solutions That Really Work

The average college student owes $37,172 in debt. That represents one year's paycheck for many graduates. Interest fees are rising each quarter as a result of changing interest rates. Most graduates find that their loan payments are higher than a car or apartment...