Praying for Time — George Michael

October 7, 2018 Brian V. Lee

These are the days of the open hand They will not be the last Look around now These are the days of the beggars and the choosers This is the year of the hungry man Whose place is in the [ . . . ]

States Should Impose Foreclosure Deadlines on Mortgage Lenders

October 5, 2018 Brian V. Lee

Individual states should impose foreclosure deadlines on mortgage lenders. Forcing lenders to foreclose within specific timelines would solve several problems facing individual homeowners as well as entire neighborhoods. States must individually legislate changes to foreclosure procedures because foreclosures are governed [ . . . ]

Working with Your Student Loan Servicer

October 3, 2018 Brian V. Lee

Working with your student loan servicer becomes especially important if you experience difficulty in making your monthly payment. If default is inevitable With most student loan servicers, you have more options available to you if you contact them before you [ . . . ]

On Deck Capital Lawsuits in Arlington General District Court

September 24, 2018 Brian V. Lee

Last week, On Deck Capital continued its onslaught of lawsuits in Arlington General District Court. On Deck Capital provides loans to small businesses. Its loan agreements contain “choice of venue” clauses providing for litigation in Arlington GDC. On Deck Capital also [ . . . ]

Forget You — Cee-Lo Green

September 23, 2018 Jonathan Archer

I see you driving ’round town With the girl I love And I’m like: Forget you I guess the change in my pocket Wasn’t enough I’m like: Forget you And forget her, too You said, if I was richer, I’d still [ . . . ]

Money on My Mind — Sam Smith

September 15, 2018 Jonathan Archer

When I signed my deal I felt pressure Don’t want to see the numbers I want to see heaven You say could you Write a song for me I say, I’m sorry I won’t do that happily When I go [ . . . ]

How to Build an Emergency Savings Fund

September 14, 2018 Brian V. Lee

A recent study found that 57 percent of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings, while 69 percent have less than $5,000. That’s not enough to get you through an emergency. Here’s how to build an emergency savings fund. Emergency savings [ . . . ]

What Happens When You Default on Student Loans

September 11, 2018 Brian V. Lee

What happens to you when you default on student loans largely depends on whether you have federally-backed or private loans. When you default on federally-backed student loans Most student loans are backed by the federal government. These include Stafford and [ . . . ]

9 to 5 — Dolly Parton

September 9, 2018 Jonathan Archer

Tumble outta bed and I stumble to the kitchen Pour myself A cup of ambition Yawn and stretch and Try to come to life Jump in the shower And the blood starts pumpin’ Out on the streets The traffic starts [ . . . ]

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