Personal Finance FAQs

  1. Which is better, a fixed or variable rate loan?

  2. What is the 1003 mortgage application form?

  3. How Many Mortgage Payments Can I Miss Before foreclosure?

  4. Do Mortgage Lenders Work on Weekends? (WFC)

  5. What’s the Difference Between a Mortgage Lender and a Mortgage Servicer?

  6. What's the Difference Between FHA and Conventional Loans?

  7. How does my debt-to-income (DTI) ratio affect my ability to get a mortgage?

  8. If My Mortgage Lender Goes Bankrupt, Do I Still Have to Pay My Mortgage?

  9. What are the different types of subprime mortgages?

  10. When Do Mortgage Payments Usually Start?

  11. Do FHA Loans Have Prepayment Penalties?

  12. Are Student Loans Amortized?

  13. Do mortgage lenders use FICO 8? (EFX, TRU)

  14. What Are the Different Types of Reverse Mortgages?

  15. Is There Any Time I Would Want to Have a Zero-principal Mortgage?

  16. What is an assumable mortgage?

  17. Can a Foreign Individual Open a Savings Account in the United States?

  18. How do I know if I should refinance my mortgage?

  19. How to Find Mortgage Lenders That Use VantageScore

  20. How does the loan-to-value ratio affect my mortgage payments?

  21. Are travel rewards credit cards worth it?

  22. Are balance transfers worth it?

  23. How long should you keep bank statements?

  24. What's the best way to finance a car?

  25. How do travel rewards cards work?

  26. Do balance transfers hurt your credit?

  27. How often does Credit Karma update? (EFX, TRU)

  28. 3 Tips to Refinance a Mobile Home Loan

  29. Is your salary on your credit report?

  30. When is mortgage insurance tax deductible on rental property?

  31. How do mortgage lenders check and verify bank statements?

  32. Are direct consolidation loans subsidized?

  33. Are student loans forgiven after death?

  34. Can student loans hurt your credit?

  35. How do construction loans work?

  36. When do checks expire?

  37. When is mortgage insurance tax deductible?

  38. How do mortgage lenders verify employment?

  39. Why doesn't Credit Karma offer FICO scores?

  40. How long should you hold on to credit card statements?

  41. How long does it take a check to clear?

  42. Who regulates mortgage lenders?

  43. When Is Mortgage Insurance Typically Required?

  44. Can I make money advertising on my car, or is it a scam?

  45. How many attempts at each CFA exam is a candidate permitted?

  46. Can student loans garnish your bank account?

  47. How is the minimum payment on a credit card calculated?

  48. Can Direct Consolidation Loans be deferred?

  49. What's the average salary of a market research analyst?

  50. Can student loans be used to pay rent?

  51. Who sets interest rates for federal student loans?

  52. What's the average salary of a loan officer?

  53. How does your checking account affect your credit score?

  54. Can a debt collector contact me about a debt that's no longer on my credit report?

  55. Do checking accounts have beneficiaries?

  56. Can a checking account go negative?

  57. Do certificates of deposit help build credit?

  58. Are Certificates of Deposit (CDs) Taxable?

  59. How ATM Fee Reimbursement Works (ALLY, EVER)

  60. Can certificates of deposit (CDs) lose value?

  61. Why are CDs (Certificate of Deposit) FDIC-insured?

  62. How reliable are Glassdoor salaries?

  63. Can a checking account affect your credit score?

  64. Why does the majority of my mortgage payment start out as interest and gradually move toward mostly principal?

  65. I've come into a large amount of money. Should I invest it or pay off my mortgage?

  66. Should I pay my mortgage with my credit card to earn credit card rewards?

  67. How to Get from CIO or CFO to CEO

  68. How do you use the FNMA selling guide?

  69. Debt Counseling: 4 Signs You Need Help

  70. What is the average credit score for new homebuyers? (ELLI)

  71. Is an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) safe?

  72. How can you pay your Walmart credit card?

  73. How does a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) affect my salary?

  74. Why are most airplane tickets nonrefundable?

  75. Can FHA loans be refinanced?

  76. Does Netspend report to credit bureaus?

  77. Where can you use a Walmart MoneyCard?

  78. Can you use your Walmart credit card at Sam's Club?

  79. Is it possible to get a free credit report from Equifax?

  80. How can you cancel your Walmart credit card?

  81. Can Netspend cards be used internationally?

  82. Do free credit reports affect your credit score?

  83. Does a free credit report show your credit score?

  84. Will Netspend cards let you overdraw your account?

  85. How accurate are free credit reports?

  86. How many FHA loans can I have?

  87. Does the Walmart credit card have an annual fee?

  88. Are FHA loans assumable?

  89. How do NetSpend cards work?

  90. Are mortgage rates negotiable?

  91. Who is eligible for student loan forgiveness?

  92. Can the Best Buy credit card be used anywhere?

  93. Can FHA loans be used for condos?

  94. How does the Best Buy credit card work?

  95. Do Pharmacies Take CareCredit?

  96. Can a Best Buy credit card help you build credit?

  97. Which bank actually issues the Best Buy credit card?

  98. Does CareCredit cover prescriptions?

  99. What’s the difference between the two federal student loan programs (FFEL and Direct)?

  100. Can you pay off your Best Buy credit card in store?

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