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Borrowing is a critical part of the financial picture for any person or business.

It can be the key to buying a house or helping your business maintain working capital. And for many, the ability to avoid borrowing can make a huge difference in things like saving for retirement.

At CashBlog, we recognize the importance of your borrowing decisions and we’re here to provide you with expert insights to help guide you.

How to Repair Bad Credit

“How to repair bad credit” is a question that millions of people face at some point in their life. That’s because there are a number

Best Starter Credit Cards According to a Credit Expert

If you want to start building credit, then you need one of the best starter credit cards. We’re here to help. If you just graduated

How to look for a credit card if you have bad credit?

While one typically arises out of the other, there are situations in which you might need to be looking for a credit card with bad

The 5 Best Credit Cards Overall

If you’re looking for the best credit cards out there, then you’re in the right place.  The team here at CashBlog has scoured the earth

Requirements for FHA Loans

While the vast majority of Americans look to mortgage programs for home loans, many cannot afford the high down payments conventional loans require. The Federal

How Loans Differ for New Cars Versus Used Cars

The business of lending money for the purchase of an auto is big business in this country. According to statistics, the average cost of a

Calculating Loan Interest Rates with Simple & Compound Interest

Whether you borrow money for a home, or auto, or use a credit card to pay for expenses such as gas and groceries, your bank

Types of Identify Theft

Until the early 1960’s, the term, “identity theft” was not known to most Americans.  Before this, a stolen identity generally referred to an individual assuming

Types of Electronic ID Theft

With the advent of technology, identity thieves don’t have to work as hard to capture personal information and breach accounts as they once did.  While

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