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Is There Something I Can Do to Prepare For Not Paying My Bills? – Nancy

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“Hi Steve, My husband and I owe about $50,000 in credit cards, loans, and vehicle debts. We moved back to USA about 4 years ago after living many years out of the country. We arrived with no money, and 3 kids in tow, so most of our debt was accumulated by just trying to provide the basic needs to our ... Read More »

My Interview With Derek, a 23 Year Old Soon to be Father

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Derek and I met in Buffalo, New York where we hd a chance to sit down and discuss a wide range of topics. Since Derek is a young man and just out of college his opinions about student loans, campus credit cards, reading contracts, and trying to get by are very enlightening. He remembers his mother having to use food ... Read More »

I am Disabled and Worried About Paying My Credit Debt. – Patricia

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Patricia “Dear Steve, I am disabled and worried about paying my credit debt. I’m raising my 8yr.old granddaughter and only get 1,000 a month. My aunt died and is unable to pay funral bill and credit cards that I trusted family to pay and they did not what should I do im losing hope? My aunt died and lived with ... Read More »

I’m Unemployed, Homeless, Pregnant, and Just Lost My Car. – Jannie

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Jannie “Dear Steve, I’m pregnant and unemployed, I have about $13,800 in debt and I’m about to have no place to stay, I’m receiving unemployment right now, and my car just got taken away from me. Is there anyway that you or anybody else could help me? Jannie” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – “How To” Guide ... Read More »

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