Your Bankruptcy Score: What Is It?
Your credit score is the most commonly used method of risk assessment, it helps lenders and creditors determine just how much risk they’ll be taking on if they choose to approve you for new credit or a new loan. In addition to this, potential lenders and creditors will often also… Read More
What’s Better? Leasing a Car or Buying One?
Strictly speaking, purchasing a car is one of the more expensive transactions the majority of drivers will go through. For the financial reasons alone, it’s always a smart idea to not only do plenty of research before you make that transaction but to take the time to decide which method… Read More
Managing Your Money After Marriage
Summer is fast approaching. And with it? Wedding season. With the prospect of marriage, comes the prospect of merging both your finances. While the idea of dealing with joint bank accounts and mortgages might not be the most entertaining discussion you’ll have with your new spouse, it’s one that needs… Read More
Why You Should Check The History of a Used Car
When it comes to buying a car, for most people, getting a new model is the desired option. However, getting a brand new car is not always possible. In fact, it takes a lot of commitment financially and you usually need a favorable credit score. Not only this, but the… Read More
Stay At Home Parents: How To Get By On One Income
Working full time, taking care of a family, and wishing that one parent could stay home, is the reality of many Americans. It can often seem impossible to live off one income, especially if you’ve always been a two income household. If being a stay at home mom… Read More
What It Means To Be House Poor
What does it mean to be house poor? We’ll give you a hint: it doesn’t mean that your house is in poor condition. It means you are, financially speaking that is. When someone can no longer afford to live in the house that they’re mortgaging and are relying too heavily… Read More
How to Obtain Financial Freedom, and Other Finance Related Questions
It doesn’t matter who you are or how much income you make per year, chances are you’ve had to discuss or had problems with subject matter related to personal finance. Credit cards, banking, savings accounts, retirement funds, and of course debt. The list goes on and on, the only thing… Read More
Common Reasons Why People Turn to Rebound Finance For Help
At Rebound Finance, we want to help all Americans with their finances, whatever their credit might be. We do so by providing a wide range of services from debt and credit help to personal loans. If you’re currently trying to deal with debt, are interested in doing renovations on your… Read More
Own Now, Pay Later – We Just Launched Our Web Store!
Rebound Finance is excited to announce that we’ve recently launched our store! Now anyone, including you, can have access to the products, appliances, and electronics they need and want. Our store lets you get the item you want now, and pay it off later – in… Read More