Mr. Weinberg's insightful articles & real-world experience in handling all kinds of credit card & mortgage debt will put you on the path to financial success. Tips, Techniques, and proven methods for improving your situation.

Published On September 14th, 2016

Debt collectors are like mosquitos. They can be annoying and they’re hard to dissuade. Fortunately, there isn’t a whole lot a debt collector can do besides call you and send you mail. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) spells out the actions that a debt collector may and may not undertake in the process of collecting a debt.

Share:
Published On September 1st, 2016

Debt can keep you up at night. Reducing debt is simple, but it can take a long time and it isn’t any fun. Once you realize you have a challenge, it’s often too late to solve the issue quickly and easily. But you can eliminate your debt, strengthen your finances, and become a stronger person in the process.

Share:
Published On August 12th, 2016

It’s never too early to start building credit. If your child is in college, now is the perfect time. Your child can land a dream job, have saved several thousand dollars, but still be unable to obtain a loan for a car or a house without a solid credit history.

There are many ways to help your child build credit. A few options cost a little money, at least in the short-term. Other options are free, but carry more risk. Regardless of your situation, there are things you can do to…

Share:
Published On June 13th, 2016

Credit card companies used to market aggressively to college students. Laws now prohibit this type of activity, but getting a credit card is important for college students. Sooner or later, you’ll want to purchase an automobile or home, and you’ll either have to use credit or save for a very long time.

Share:
Published On June 1st, 2016

When you’re newly married, you’ll probably face some new challenges and might not feel that you’re ready for these new responsibilities. A lot of young couples don’t anticipate how different managing their finances can be once they get married.

Share:
Published On May 12th, 2016

A heavy debt burden is like climbing a mountain with 100 pounds on your back. It never gets any easier unless you drop the weight. Fortunately, it’s possible to live a life without any debt! Eliminating debt and staying debt-free both require discipline and patience. But the freedom you receive is well worth the effort.

Share:
Published On May 2nd, 2016

Many people handle money well at work, but horribly at home. There’s a different mindset when you’re expected to act like a professional. What if you handled your personal finances with the same professionalism a CFO takes care of business? Discipline and professionalism can add a lot to your personal financial future.

Share:
Published On April 19th, 2016

Obtaining a free credit report is easy. Reviewing your report will help you keep an eye on your credit score and protect your identity. Request your free report regularly to ensure all the information reported on it is accurate and to catch any signs of identity theft as early as possible.

Share:
Published On April 13th, 2016

Medical identity theft can destroy your credit and make your life difficult. It differs from other types of identity theft, and it isn’t easy to resolve.

Share:
Published On April 4th, 2016

Timeshares allow you to have limited use of a property without becoming a full owner. They’re an easy way to secure a vacation spot without buying an entire house or condominium. However, timeshare ownership may not be what it seems.

Share:

Quick Contact

The Office of Robert Weinberg
Toll Free: 888-456-5635
E-mail Us
Captcha
refresh