Is Your Income Information for Sale?

income information for sale

Big data is big business. The more information financial companies have about consumers, the more money they can make, and the more effective they can be. Consumer profiling is increasingly popular as companies look to target specific demographics. However, while many of us have become resigned to the fact that our spending and credit behaviors […]

Announcing the Debt Movement

the debt movement

Every year, millions of people create a list of New Year’s Resolutions. This is a great time to reflect upon the past year, look forward, and make big changes in your life. The most common resolutions often deal with similar topics – health, wealth, faith and family. If you get these major areas of your […]

The Fed Limits Credit for Stay-At-Home-Moms (and Dads)

Stay at home moms have trouble getting a credit card

For the past year, non-working spouses have found themselves in a difficult credit position: as of October 1, 2011, they were no longer able to qualify for credit based on their household income. This change came about because of the 2009 Credit CARD Act, which was attempting to fix problems in the credit industry. Unfortunately, […]