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We Can Just Make Our Minimum Payments and Have Good Credit But Need Help. – Becky

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“Dear Steve, My husband and I are in our late 30′s with 2 sons. We have $22k in debt, $10k personal loan and $12k credit cards. We make the minimum payments each month as that is all we can do and our credit scores are above 750. I look at all of the snowball theories and paying highest interest first ... Read More »

I Really Want to Avoid Bankruptcy At All Costs. – Sean

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“Dear Steve, I have unsecured credit card debt for around $25,000. I am 27 and make around $55,000, but will be getting a $10,000 raise in the next. My financial situation at work will be improving further from there, I am just not sure if it will be 6 months or a year. I currently rent for housing, but will ... Read More »

We Got Our Loan Modification But Now Need to Deal With Our Other Debts. – Sandy

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“Dear Steve, We were in a bad/pick-a-payment/bi-weekly mortgage loan and in our struggle to keep our house, we used credit cards to supplement paying our household expenses. We have found ourselves with nearly $40,000 of debt. After three attempts, we finally have a loan modification, so now are making every effort to ‘catch up’. We have not used credit cards ... Read More »

Is Bankruptcy After Divorce and Option? – Mandy

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“Dear Steve, Lots and lots of credit card debt……..I have enrolled myself in a Debt Management Plan to help me eliminate most of my debt… $35,000 of credit card debt…… I have some cards that were rejected in the plan so I need to tackle them on my own. Some of my accounts are current; some are WAY behind – ... Read More »

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