Why after moving to the USA you need to actively take out loans: the experience of an immigrant

Author of the channel “Americano | Americano ”on Yandex.Zen talks about his experience of creating a credit history in the United States and how Russian immigrants live in the first time after moving. Further - from the first person. We moved to the USA several years ago, now ...

Ukrainian convicted of stealing $ 10 million from Microsoft - he faces 20 years in prison

In the United States, they believe that Vladimir Kvashuk robbed not only Microsoft, but also the country's government, Tech.Liga claims. Ukrainian citizen Vladimir Kvashuk, who lives in the American city of Renton, Washington, was found guilty of stealing more than $ 10 million from Microsoft. He worked for Microsoft in the USA ...

The United States introduces a new credit rating system: what will change

Americans trying to pay off their loan debt may see lower FICO credit ratings in the future, especially if they suddenly missed a mandatory payment, CNBC reported. Fair Isaac Corp., the company behind the popular FICO credit rating, announced on January 23 ...

What do the US do with credit debt after the death of a borrower

Credit card debts are not inherited by family members, but are paid off by your property in a complex process. Almost three out of 4 consumers die on debt. Will family members inherit their credit card debts? Unfortunately, your credit card debts do not disappear, ...

As a foreigner to get a loan for housing in New York: instructions and pitfalls

Obtaining a loan for a foreigner in the United States has acquired a mass of myths - many tourists and immigrants are sure that it is impossible to buy real estate on credit in America without a green card. In fact, everything is simpler. If you have recently arrived in the USA, then ...

How will the Fed's interest rate increase affect your wallet?

Monthly payments on credit cards and floating rate mortgages are expected to increase after the Federal Reserve hikes its short-term rates for the third time in 2017. As USA Today writes, all renewable ...

June 14 will increase the Fed loan rates: what does this mean for borrowers

On June 14, a quarterly increase in interest rates on loans is expected, initiated by the Federal Reserve System (FRS). It will affect millions of borrowers, many of whom will have to pay significantly larger monthly payments on credit cards and other types of loans, CNBC writes. The increase is expected to be ...

5 most common financial mistakes of Americans

Americans make many mistakes in managing their personal finances. This is evidenced by research data from Champlain College. Here are the top 5 of the most common of these mistakes. Late payment of bills Every fifth American was 60 days or more late with paying bills for ...

10 best US credit communities to buy a car

Most car buyers take loans from a dealer or bank without considering the options of the lending community, although their offers can often be more profitable than bank or dealership. Go Banking Rates has compiled a list of 10 credit communities offering the best interest rates ...

ITT Tech Technical Institute closes all branches in US 38

ITT Tech, an extensive network of American commercial universities, announced the closure of all its branches, which are located in 38 states. Indiana-headquartered university management company ITT Educational Services said the move was driven by the recent US Department of Education ban on ...

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