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Credit Scores and Mortgage Lending, AZ Credit Law

Credit Scores & Mortgage Lending

By Rochelle / May 5, 2016 / 0 Comments

When it comes to buying a house the first thing most mortgage lenders look at is your credit score. Why? Because it is one of the biggest factors in determining if you can even qualify for a loan. Before we give you a break down of credit scores you first need to know that lenders […]

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AZ Credit Law Group offers credit, debt help services

Happy Monday!

By Rochelle / May 2, 2016 / 0 Comments

Happy Monday! Sometimes we all just need a little boost. 🙂

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We’re Hiring!

By Rochelle / March 4, 2016 / 0 Comments

AZCLG is hiring! We are looking for an Administrative Assistant who can help with answering phones, filing, scanning, data entry, customer service, etc. The position starts at 25 hours a week at $10 per hour. Email a Resume with a Cover Letter to Tiffany- Opportunities for full-time and promotions exist!

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2016 Medical Debt Trend insights offered by AZCLG

2016 Medical Debt Help

By Rochelle / January 11, 2016 / 0 Comments

In case you haven’t noticed, the cost of medical care in the US has gone up quite a bit for the everyday consumer.  You are now paying more for your health insurance, healthcare costs in general are increasing, and so are your out of pocket costs. There is just more, more, and more to everyone […]

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Unpaid Taxes - we help with this concern - both IRS and Arizona

Bad Debt Collector Tuesday! (1/5/16)

By Rochelle / January 5, 2016 / 0 Comments

Happy 2016! With the new year comes new rules. This year the IRS is expanding it’s massive authority and now can revoke or deny your passport. How? According to the FAST Act a new section was added (code 7345) called “Revocation or Denial of Passport in Cases of Certain Tax Delinquencies.” In short if you have […]

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Credit Confusion help

Why do I need credit?

By Rochelle / September 21, 2015 / 0 Comments

Living within your means by paying cash for everything and not having any debt sounds pretty good right? Well, from a credit standpoint it’s bad.  In fact, it may cause you to have “bad credit” or no credit at all. Why? Because credit scores are based on your ability to manage debt. So if you […]

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