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  • Swift Justice: Car payments, cable bills and co-signing

    Dear Jackie, While living with my boyfriend in Iowa for two years, I helped pay for a sports car he purchased. He promised me at the time that if we ever broke up, he would make sure to pay me for all of the payments I made towards the car. I have copies...
  • Producing a first 90-day forecast

    DEAR JOYCE: I am scheduled to start a new managerial job on the first of the year. When I was offered the job, my future boss asked me if I had prepared a 90-day forecast yet. I said, "Working on it." Hints? -- C.C. Considering the many kinds of...
  • Swift Justice: Repossession, student loans and friends' cars

    Dear Jackie, If my house is repossessed and I am living in it, can I gut it after it is sold at auction without any legal ramifications? -- James from Mishawaka, Ind. Hi, James, No, No, No! You could not only be sued civilly but you could face criminal...
  • Swift Justice: Mother fraud, botched remodeling and Porsche dents

    Dear Jackie, I'm retired military and have been deployed twice. My first deployment was from 2006-07. During that deployment, I left starter checks from my checking account at my mother's house. She wrote many checks in my name and cashed them without my...
  • Swift Justice: Family loans, divorces and credit reports, and credit card protection plans

    Dear Jackie, Around 13 years ago, I lent my current husband's daughter $1,000, and she has never paid me back. I had no promise note on it. I was wondering if I can still take her to court or has my time run out? -- Catherine from Thornton, Calif. Hi,...
  • Your credit file can be a matter of life and death

    Robert Marcum knew he had a problem when he found out he was dead. The tragic news arrived recently as he was trying to close a deal to buy property in Palm Springs. Marcum, 70, was informed that, according to his credit file, he'd passed away a...
  • FBI investigating Wichita website hacking

    FBI investigating Wichita website hacking
    A City of Wichita website hacked and thousands of people may have had their personal information compromised. If you've paid a bill or a traffic ticket on-line, this does not affect you. But anyone who's done work for the city and some employees could be...
  • Glendale resident discovers he had died years ago, according to credit file

    Robert Marcum knew he had a problem when he found out he was dead. The tragic news arrived recently as he was trying to close a deal to buy property in Palm Springs. Marcum, 70, was informed that, according to his credit file, he'd passed away a couple...
  • The 'income verification' myth buried in the shutdown deal

    The glittering new deal to end the government shutdown/debt ceiling crisis has one tiny sop to the Republicans. Let's hope they don't break their arms patting themselves on the back about it. The sop is a provision to tighten "income verification" for...
  • Non-spouse inherits 401(k); What rules apply?

    Dear Liz: My partner passed away a little more than a year ago. I inherited his 401(k) and life insurance. I opened an IRA in which to place the amount of the 401(k), but the company told me that after a year (which is now), I have to withdraw the money...
  • You're entitled to more consumer reports than you may realize

     
    Many people know we're all entitled to one free report annually from the major credit bureaus - Experian, Equifax and TransUnion. It's a good idea to check them to make sure your credit history is accurate. But did you know......