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Why Debt Relief Help is Broken in America

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Being in debt is a terrible situation. You are at your lowest moment in life or darn near close to it. On top of that you may be experiencing the common side effects problem debt brings like depression, hopelessness, feelings of failure, or marital strife. The one point most can agree on is being in debt is not a happy ... Read More »

Debt Advice and Debt Help Less Needed Survey Shows

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A survey by Bankrate.com that was conducted at the beginning of February, 2012, which found people are feeling more confident about their financial standing. That’s good news for a rebounding economy. Bad news for debt advice providers. The most shocking figure for me, in a positive way, was that more than 70 percent report having more in savings than credit ... Read More »

How Do You Value Your Quality of Life? Debt Solutions to Fix The Future

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Debt doesn’t just affect the people actually in debt, it often affects the ones around them, near and dear to them. I know this from first hand experience as someone who has loved and lived with someone so deep in debt they could not see a way out. Not only is the emotional toll hard on the debtor but also ... Read More »

International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators – IAPDA Certification Exposed

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Loyal readers may have observed that I routinely never mention IAPDA, the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators (IAPDA) or even mention that a company may display their logo as being a member. It’s not that I’ve not noticed their logo displayed on sites, it’s that many in the industry have disparaging things to say about what the logo represented ... Read More »

Bad Credit Debt Consolidation – Brutally Honest Advice

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I could not help but notice the huge numbers of people searching for information for bad credit debt consolidation information. The phrase is almost an invitation for a bad outcome or maybe just an oxymoron. When you have bad credit it is not an invitation for a debt consolidation loan from a debt consolidation firm. People that lend money are ... Read More »

Beware Of Zombie Debt Collectors

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Beware Of Zombie Debt Collectors Forbes, NY - 15 minutes ago Read "Debt Consolidation Made Easy" to learn five steps to help you get out of debt faster.) The statute of limitations on debts varies by state, ... Read More »

Therapist: Financial Infidelity Can End Couples

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Therapist: Financial Infidelity Can End Couples Fox5 KVVU, NV - 41 minutes ago It can be anything from keeping credit card debt a secret to hiding money from a spouse. "I'd say finances and financial stress is one of the number one ... Read More »

Consumer spending accounts for two-thirds of US economy

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Consumer spending accounts for two-thirds of US economy Minnesota Public Radio, MN - 49 minutes ago It's now at its highest point in decades at nearly 71 percent and, perhaps not surprisingly, credit card debt has climbed along with it. ... Read More »

Groups seek credit card debt forgiveness

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Groups seek credit card debt forgiveness BusinessWeek - 34 minutes ago issue around 80 percent of all US credit cards. Americans now are weighed down by around $900 billion in credit card debt , according to Federal Reserve figures. Read More »

Consumers Feel the Next Crisis: It’s Credit Cards

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Indeed it is. If you're not in top shape for the credit card shakeout that's already taking place, there isn't much you'll be able to do about it. It's probably already too late. After years of flooding the market with credit cards (and generous limits), banks are finally starting to take it back. Eric Dash, a New York Times reporter, does an excellent job of distilling the situation. From Read More »

Is Consolidating Debt the Way to Go? – American Chronicle

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Is Consolidating Debt the Way to Go? American Chronicle, CA - 21 minutes ago ... the debtor to discharge their debts by filing for payday loans in recent years, offering some contrast to the get-out-of-debt ads we´re bombarded with. ... Read More »

Outrage Over Credit Cards with 222% APR

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Outrage Over Credit Cards with 222% APR QCK, UK - 1 hour ago The money must then be repaid at a rate that is more than 10 times the average APR of a credit card. Debt groups and politicians have expressed anger at the ... Read More »

American Express Customers: Don’t Try This At Home

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I hate writing these kinds of stories. On the one hand, it will help those who are currently doing -- or thinking about doing -- what I am about to write about. On the other hand, there will be some readers who will now go out and do exactly what I am trying to dissuade them from doing. That said, I can't control what my readers do. They'll do what they're going to do. Here's the deal. A Read More »

Rita Asks “Should We Consolidate Our Debt?”

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Rita “Dear Steve, I want to pay my credit cards off. I will like to consolidate them. We are $39,000.00 in debt. HELP What should I do? Rita” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – “How To” Guide Series on a number of topics, for loads of practical advice, tips, and help to beat back debt. – Click ... Read More »

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