Articles about the August 2022 law changes and relief offered by the Department of Education.
Dealing with debt collection issues can be challenging—especially when you’re not sure if the person you’re being contacted by is a legitimate debt collector or someone trying to scam you. This video shares useful tips on spotting debt collection scams and protecting yourself from scammers
Your creditors typically have three to six years to sue you for your credit card debt.
General information about options available to avoid foreclosure and about the foreclosure process.
It's that time of the year - made all the worse recent data breaches.
Getting a degree or professional certification can improve your career choices. For-profit schools generally offer certificates or degrees and often specialize in career and job-related training. Unlike non-profit educational institutions, they generate profits for their owners. As you evaluate your options, be aware that some schools may stretch the truth to persuade you to enroll.
Recent natural disasters give criminals a way to ask for contributions for a charitable contributions. The organization may not even exist or your money might not get there. Before making a donation, consumers should check these tips.
Oklahoma has changed laws about who gets the vehicle title. Effective July 1, 2022 all boat, motor and vehicle titles issued after July 1 that are subject to a lien will be sent to lienholders. Individuals will now receive their title once the lienholder had been paid in full.
Free Legal Answers is a national program developed by the American Bar Association where clients request brief advice and counsel about a specific civil legal issue from a volunteer lawyer. Qualifying users can post civil legal questions on the website and receive basic legal information and advice from approved volunteer attorneys. This Oklahoma site will serve Oklahoma residents. Oklahoma.freelegalanswers is an cooperative effort of the ABA, Oklahoma Access to Justice Commission and the Oklahoma Bar Association.
The IRS's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs offer free basic tax return preparation to qualified individuals.