In a sector where relative differences in competing products can range from bad to really bad, World Acceptance has a payday loan product that uses accounting tricks to mask where its consumer installment loans fit on that spectrum.
Only about one-half workers have a job that offers a retirement savings plan. Of that minority, only forty percent choose to participate. Less than seven percent “max out” on their 401 (k).
For people that live to be 65, odds are that they will survive for at least another two (more…)
Yet more review suggests that Jackson Hewitt may have published inaccurate information on its disclosure. B of I says that it does not have a relationship with the Smart Line.
BofI Federal Bank, a holding company for the Bank of the Internet, a thrift from San (more…)
Here is a humorous take on a new pitfall in the ongoing effort to address the impact of foreclosures across our country.
The term “zombie foreclosure” describes a unique situation where a bank, upon foreclosing upon a homeowner, never proceeds to take ownership of a home. Normally, of course, after a bank forecloses they buy the property and then sells it (more…)