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10 things to never buy again

10 things to never buy again
Over the past two decades, expanded basic cable rates have risen at an annual rate of 6%, and from 2013 to 2014 rose by just over 3%, according to a report released in December 2014 by the Federal Communications Commission. Many people now …
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Can I Use My Debit Card to Get a Credit Card?
… your credit reports for errors, addressing the specific issues that are dragging your scores down and adding new credit lines organically over time. You can check your progress by viewing your free credit report summary, updated each month, on …
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What to Look For in SunPower's Earnings Report
We've already heard SolarCity give disappointing results and guidance, but SunPower has exposure to utility-scale solar, which should be a big beneficiary of the recent solar investment tax credit (ITC) extension. SunPower should be well positioned for …
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Reversing Course Again, Consumer Credit Card Balances Fall in June

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Reversing Course Again, Consumer Credit Card Balances Fall in June
The Federal Reserve's latest monthly G.19 consumer credit report, released Tuesday, exhibited a 5.1% drop in revolving debt as more populating shied away from charging their purchases to credit. Revolving debt, which in the report is made up almost entirely …
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Consumer Credit Report: Deleveraging Continues
But Tuesday's report came one month after consumer credit in May expanded at the fastest pace in five months. At that time, the data raised some eyebrows, especially since rising consumer credit can indicate confidence in the economy. Considering the …
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Employment Background Screening Company to Pay .6 Million Penalty for
8, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — An employment background screen company that provides consumer reports to companies nationwide will pay $ 2.6 million to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act by …
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