Last updated April 21, 2018. We've all heard about student loan debt in the news. Lots of us have student loan debt ourselves. We hear a lot about how millennials won't be able to buy their own homes or save for retirement. If … [Read more...] about Is Student Loan Debt Headed for a Cliff?
The mortgage market is a sensitive and complicated system. It reacts to any number of factors, including interest rates, housing purchases, and general economic outlook. It's been in turmoil since the 2008 crisis and is still in … [Read more...] about Is there panic in the mortgage markets?
Our firm is excited to present this visual guide to the unique economic ecosystem of the city of Dayton. The infographic highlights transportation hubs, major employers, top tourist attractions, and some geographic data. … [Read more...] about Economic Ecosystem of Dayton, OH
Credit Reporting Consumer Protections This is a guest post by Allan R. Bloomfield, a bankruptcy lawyer practicing in Queens. His offices are located at: 118-21 Queens Blvd., #617, Forest Hills, NY 11375. One of the most … [Read more...] about Credit Reporting Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act: Know Your Rights
Say you’ve made some purchases on your credit card, and you owe a couple thousand dollars. Then something unexpected happens (maybe your roof starts leaking or your car needs new tires) and you find yourself a bit short one month. … [Read more...] about Wage Garnishment in Ohio: What Consumers Should Know
A recent study by the National Consumer Law Center gave Ohio a C grade for the protections it offers to debtors. Twenty-three other states also scored Cs. Ohio shouldn’t feel too bad, though. The study claims that not a single … [Read more...] about Ohio Receives “C” Grade for Protecting Families in Debt