How to Avoid Getting Caught in a Stingy Salary Check 1.
You should be willing to take a pay cut 2.
Pay your bills on time 3.
Keep a record of your payments 4.
Pay yourself before you go to work 5.
Get your car loan payment paid off 6.
Do not work for a competitor 7.
Do your best to make your family’s life a little easier 8.
Make sure your kids have a good school, work and home life 9.
Pay bills on an annual basis 10.
Be patient and give yourself plenty of time to get through the year 11.
Keep yourself updated on your credit card and mortgage payments 12.
Be flexible in how you spend your savings and retirement savings 13.
Know your credit score 14.
Get a mortgage lender’s help 15.
Get advice on finding a job in your area 16.
Get help with a home insurance policy 17.
Be prepared to take time off work to give yourself the time you need 18.
Make an appointment with a credit card company for a loan or car loan, if necessary 19.
Make your home life easier 20.
Keep your kids safe 21.
Take a break every once in a while to go to a friend’s house or have fun 22.
Ask for help when you need it 23.
Learn about credit cards 24.
Learn how to apply for a job 25.
Be aware of your legal rights 26.
Do a credit check and verify that you are in compliance with the laws you are working under 27.
Know the rules about debt collection 28.
Read the Fair Credit Reporting Act 29.
Be wary of online scams 30.
Talk to a credit counselor about debt reduction strategies 31.
Learn the difference between credit and other debts 32.
Be vigilant when it comes to keeping credit score information up to date 33.
Find out what is and isn’t allowed on your account 34.
Keep an eye on your accounts 35.
Keep up with your credit reports 36.
Learn more about your credit scores and what to look out for 37.
Learn what credit scores can tell you about you and how to compare them 38.
Keep tabs on your monthly payments 39.
Know how to get the most out of your credit cards 40.
Learn other options for saving money and reducing your debt 41.
Know about other ways to reduce your debt 42.
Read tips on making money on your own and getting paid when you are needed 43.
Keep in touch with friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, email and other means 44.
Learn ways to avoid debt and debt collection 45.
Find more credit cards, credit score services and other tools to help you keep your credit report up to the best of your ability 46.
Be careful about taking out new credit cards 47.
Find a credit union that offers a good credit score 48.
Check your credit history to see if you owe any overdue credit card charges 49.
Get certified in the U.S. Credit Bureau’s Credit Check program 50.
Know if your credit is undervalued 51.
Get legal advice from an attorney if you need to file for bankruptcy 52.
Find ways to get your debt relief or a lower interest rate 53.
Find other options to get a lower credit card rate 54.
Find alternative ways to help your family survive financially 55.
Find your best rate on other credit cards 56.
Get the latest news on your bills and interest rates 57.
Learn your rights and get help with other credit issues 58.
Learn whether your credit might be affected by a judgment or court action 59.
Find tips on how to take legal action for debt relief and get a credit repair 60.
Get free advice from your credit counselor or financial advisor 61.
Get tips on what your credit reporting agency is reporting 62.
Make a payment plan for your debts 63.
Find and pay off your outstanding debt 64.
Pay off your credit balances in full 65.
Find the right debt relief provider for you 66.
Understand how to reduce or eliminate your debt 67.
Learn some more about debt forgiveness 68.
Get professional advice on how your creditworthiness can be improved 69.
Know which debt collection agencies offer a better chance of getting a credit score reduction 70.
Learn if you qualify for a credit line reduction 72.
Know whether you qualify to get financial aid for college loans 73.
Read about how to find a free loan 74.
Read how to use an emergency fund 75.
Get financial help to pay off student loans 76.
Get some information on how debt collectors work 77.
Get an estimate of how much you owe on your loans 78.
Check if you can take advantage of debt collection companies 79.
Learn to avoid paying a late fee for services 80.
Learn where to find other debt relief services 81.
Find what is owed and what you can do to make amends 82.
Find help with debt consolidation 83.
Learn when and how you can apply for bankruptcy relief 84.
Get information on bankruptcy protection benefits 85.
Learn a little more about how debt collection works 86.
Read more about bankruptcy protection and the bankruptcy process 87.
Get answers to common questions about bankruptcy 88