Another View on Credit Card Rating

April 9, 2014

We all seek the kind of credit rating that makes lenders faint and banks swoon, but what exactly does it take to fit the profile of this credit crusader? Source


Why Credit Scores Reign Supreme in Today’s economic climate

March 26, 2014

Credit scores are king today. Mortgage lenders, auto finance companies and even employers rely increasingly on these three-digit scores to determine who gets money and at what interest rates. A bad credit score could keep you from buying that dream home or being able to finance that new car. Source


YES-secure Safe and Social

October 15, 2013 is a web-based social person-to-person lending service where one person can lend money to numerous other people even though they are complete strangers to each other. is implemented through its online (portal) website through which a person who is a lender can auction its money to certain pool of people who are seeking […]

Lending 2.0

Lending 2.0

June 26, 2013

Peer-to-peer loans allow borrowers to borrow money directly from each other, with institutions acting only as the intermediaries. These loans can be helpful when borrowers have major purchases, want to consolidate debt, have trouble getting home equity or simply want to lower interest rates. This infographic walks us through the basics of “Lending 2.0”. Source

Child Identity Theft

Child Identity Theft

March 15, 2013

Child identity theft is all too common, and it’s often the type of theft crooks choose because it’s often years before the theft is discovered. A child’s credit is pristine, and if a thief can get his hands on a child’s information, he can rack up debt long before the theft is uncovered. Source


Filling the Gaps in Funding Undergraduate Education

March 2, 2013

It is no secret that college is expensive and tuition costs are continuing to rise. Let’s examine the costs associated with a college education, including the hidden costs you may not be factoring in like health fees, gas money, entertainment and all the Red Bull you’ll consume during finals. The graphic also outlines how funding […]


Do Deposits at Merchants Bank Really Stay in Vermont?

February 24, 2013

A look at the loan deposit cycle at Merchants Bank, Vermont. Source


Personal Loans

February 22, 2013

An overview of personal loans looking at the types and reasons why people take them. According to the statistics, 49% of personal loan applicants are seeking a loan for consolidation of debt.


Struggling Homeowners Can Get $50,000

January 25, 2013

This home ownership preservation foundation has created this infographic to show how people can get a $50,000 loan to help pay their mortgage. It shows a map of which states are eligible for this loan and how to fill start the application process. Source


IOU: The State of Student Debt

January 24, 2013

It’s no secret that, with skyrocketing tuition rates, many college graduates are leaving their Alma Maters with a degree in one hand and a pile of debt in the other. As the Wall Street Journal recently reported, student loan debt has now surpassed credit-card debt: a trend that has sparked heated debate and caused many […]


Where Does All the Money Go?

January 18, 2013

This infographic provides information for college students and spending. It shows how college students spend their money and where the majority of their spending goes to. Source


How Students Pay For College: The 2011 Edition

January 3, 2013

More than 60% of high school seniors are on their way to college this fall. In this infographic, we break down the average tuition for colleges and universities, and how these students plan to finance the growing cost of their college education. Source