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I Have 3 Kids in College and Just Making It Month-To-Month. – Catherine

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“Dear Steve, I am a single Mom struggling with putting 3 kids through college. Every year I seem to get further in debt. I am currently buying a used car through one of those ‘bad credit’ companies, and am getting raped financially. In order to pay tuition this fall, I stupidly (I know) let my insurance lapse on this car. ... Read More »

My Lung Was Hanging Out. We’ve Spent All of Our Retirement. I Need Help. – Cary

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“Dear Steve, I was in a wreck May 22, 2009. My right hip was broken badly, and left ankle broken. Metal plate were put in both breaks. My right lung came out of it’s rib cage. Came up through my ribs breaking four of those completely off and hanging up in the broke ribs. Later that year the business in ... Read More »

Get Out of Debt Podcast – Answers for Deborah Who Was in an Auto Accident

Here is the latest Get Out of Debt show podcast. Do You Have a Question You Want to Ask? If you have a credit or debt question you’d like to ask call 919-321-2378. Leave your first name and question and I’m happy to help you totally for free. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Deborah’s Question Deborah ... Read More »

Bob Was Injured And Is Now Behind On His Credit Cards

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“Dear Steve, I’ve been out of work since 10/17/07 (Auto accident) & was let go from my job…I am trying to work with credit card companies. One said they would deffer payments for two months but close the account…How does this effect my credit score with the credit bureau? Does deffered credit card payments (by the CC company) effect your ... Read More »

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