Latest Posts
Home > Tag Archives: borrowing from 401k

Tag Archives: borrowing from 401k

I Want to Borrow From My 401K to Pay Off My Credit Cards. – Carmen

justball-144x125

“Dear Steve, I’ve been a subscriber for a couple of years. I don’t remember how I first found you. I have $26,000 in credit card debt. There are four cards, the lowest interest rate is 9.9%, the highest is 24.24%. I’d like to take a 401k loan to pay them off. I have ~$60k in my 401k. I would take ... Read More »

Is 401k Borrowing a Smart This to Do to Pay Off My Credit Cards? – Roxanne

justball-144x125

“Dear Damon, I am 40 years old and am currently unemployed after leaving a great position to spend time with little ones. I now am regretting decision with the bills that are piling up. My husband and I had banked on him getting a promotion, but now we are forced to live off of his $35,000 salary and support 3 ... Read More »

Boyfriend Cheats Me Out Of Money To Feed His Debt Habit

Photo Credit: crnewbedford

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 »

Is There Any Way to Settle Our Debts With AMEX and Beneficial? – Jennifer

justball-144x125

“Dear Steve, We got ourselves into trouble with credit cards, espeically with our amex and a beneficial loan which are 18000.00 combined. Our other loans/credit cards are one for 2k, one for 1300.00 and one for 2400. the payments on the first two are killing us financially each month. Is there a way to negotiate with the creditors (mainly amex ... Read More »

Get My FREE Get Out of Debt Guy Newsletter

It is the smart thing to do.

I promise to keep your email safe and secure.

Close

I want to keep you posted each weekday with just one email about the latest get out of debt news, scam alerts and information to beat back debt.

You can unsubscribe at any time with just one click.

After you subscribe, check your email to confirm your subscription. If the confirmation email does not appear in your inbox in a few minutes, check your spam folder for it. Sometimes it likes to annoyingly hide there.


  • It will keep you posted on the latest scams.
  • You will be alerted to the latest articles.
  • You will wind up smarter than everyone else dealing with debt.