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Auto Loans to Become Growing Problem in 2014

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TransUnion is out with their projections on the performance of auto loans for 2014. Their best guesstimate is the number of people 60 days or more behind is set to rise as more sub-prime borrowers are extended credit to buy increasingly expensive cars. “While we expect auto loan delinquencies to rise in 2014, they will remain well below levels observed ... Read More »

Debt Forgiveness, Auto Loans Way Up, Mortgage Exec Admits Fraud, Rolling Jubilee

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Attorney General Leads National Effort To Extend Tax Relief for Distressed Homeowners Jepsen co-authored a letter with Florida Attorney General Pamela Bondi, which was signed onto by 40 other attorneys general and sent today to U.S. House and Senate leaders. It asked the leaders to extend the exclusion, which has been in effect since 2007, and which will otherwise expire ... Read More »

Constipated Lending Makes Economy Ill

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Our economic life cycle is dependent on all all parties doing their fair share of the heavy lifting. Finance companies and banks lend – consumers buy stuff using credit – stuff must be built – jobs are created and so forth. We keep hearing about a crushing windpipe grip on banks and the government pleading to them to lend again. ... Read More »

Next big worry: Credit cards

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Next big worry: Credit cards The News Journal, DE - 1 hour ago In past years, consumers looking to get out from under credit card debt tapped into home equity, refinancing mortgages to get their hands on cash to pay off ... Read More »

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