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Indian Tribe Payday Lenders in Oklahoma Settle with FTC

Published on December 8, 2013, by in Big Brother.

Payday lending firms in two of the Oklahoma Indian tribes have agreed to make settlements with FTC on following ethical guidelines for debt recollection. The tribes that have agreed to the settlements with FTC are Miami and Modoc, both based in Oklahoma. Under the terms of agreement they have signed with the FTC, the payday

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How to Budget for a Meaningful ‘Stay-Cation’

Published on March 29, 2013, by in Frugal.

A Stay-Cation is a nick-name for the time that a person takes off from work to stay at home as a holiday. It’s a holiday that doesn’t involve any travel, but that doesn’t mean that they are no less exciting. Stay-Cations are an important part of maintaining a balance lifestyle because they allow us to

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Changing Travel Plans a Little, to Save a Lot

Published on March 21, 2013, by in Frugal.

Traveling can be an expensive undertaking, especially when it involves an extended trip to multiple locations. Between the costs of transportation, accommodation, and then entertainment along the way, what should have been an exciting adventure can quickly become a massive financial headache for the unprepared. That being said, there are a number of ways to

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The Difference Between Open-end and Closed-ended Loans

Published on January 13, 2013, by in Funding.

Open ended loans are instruments that allow an individual to put money in and take money out, such as a cash withdrawal or making a charge. Open loans have credit limits that cannot be exceeded without a penalty.  They loans tend to be more flexible and provide other options for the consumer. On a line

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