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Boyfriend Cheats Me Out Of Money To Feed His Debt Habit

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I’d like to follow up with my previous article, How Do You Value Your Quality of Life? Debt Solutions to Fix The Future In this article I showcased a friend of mine, Michael. I should point out that Michael was much more than a friend to me, we had been in a very serious relationship for a year and a ... Read More »

    I’m Divorced and Can’t Dig Myself Out of Debt. – Rich

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    “Dear Steve, Divorced last summer. Split credit card debt. No assets besides my vehicle, and I rent an apt so don’t have any home equity to work with. Now have $32000 in CC debt, highest rate is 7.9%, total $751 in monthly payments. Also have $23000 401k Loan at 4.5% (takes 215 out of check every 2 weeks) but this ... Read More »

      I Have Too Much Credit Card Debt to Refinance the Mortgage. – Bob

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      “Dear Steve, Was out of work for a while, and took a sizeable pay cut to take a job. Between my wife and I we are about 50K$ in CC debt. We make about 10,900K$ take home a month. Our expenses are about 5980$/month using your form. We need to refinance our mortgage to get the payments down (never late ... Read More »

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