The Latest in Consumer Law Topics

Flitter Milz comments on vehicle repossession, unfair debt collection, credit reporting privacy and accuracy issues, and unwanted "robocalls" or texts to your cell phone. 

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Car tail light Oct 12, 2017
Shopping for a new vehicle can be overwhelming on its own without even considering the auto loan application process. But if you don’t take the time to research and compare auto loans, you may end up…
Students working Oct 05, 2017
As a college student, your credit is probably one of the last things on your mind. It can be a challenge to balance your classes and coursework while responsibly managing your finances, especially if…
Student Sep 28, 2017
As a college student, this is likely the first time you’re responsible for your own finances. The way you manage your money in college can have a longstanding effect on your overall credit. Here are…
Cars driving Sep 25, 2017
Before applying for any new line of credit, it’s good practice to check your credit report and credit score. Auto loans are no exception. A credit check will give you a good idea of where you stand…
Medical student studying Sep 21, 2017
Consumers 101 Personal Finance Series College is stressful enough without having to worry about financial issues. Avoid these five common money mistakes to stay on track with your spending.    Not…
Man driving Sep 18, 2017
Purchasing a new vehicle is a major decision, especially when you need to secure a loan in order to do so. Not only are you shopping for a car, you’re also shopping for the best interest rate and…
Textbooks Sep 07, 2017
Consumers 101 Personal Finance Series The start of a new college semester is a busy and exciting time. As you prepare to begin new classes, it’s important to consider how you’ll manage your finances…
College degree Aug 31, 2017
Consumers 101 Personal Finance Series: Fall 2017 The Personal Finance series will cover a variety of topics to help young adults navigate the challenges of our financial world. Whether it's applying…
Elderly people holding hands Aug 17, 2017
According to a 2016 report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, debt for Americans ages 50 to 80 has increased by 59% since 2003. The report did not find a similar increase in debt for younger…
Stop sign Aug 15, 2017
A high credit score can make many aspects of your life more simple. You’ll have an easier time renting an apartment, securing a new line of credit, and you may even pay less for utility deposits and…

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