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Alex Went to Law School, Business School and is Now Buried in Student Loans

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“Dear Steve, I went to both law school and business school. I dropped out of law school after a year and a half but borrowed a lot of money for that time since law school is quite expensive, especially for a private school. This pretty much set me back. Business school wasn’t as expensive. I now have over $108,000 dollars ... Read More »

I Need to Get My Student Loans Out of Forbearance?

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Quinton “Dear Steve, I need to get my student loans out of forberrence? What is the best way to consolidate? Quinton” 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 Here The Answer   Dear Quinton Forbearance ... Read More »

“I Have Three Degrees But I’m Broke And Miserable”

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Theresa “Dear Steve, I have $75,000 in school loans and I have one job bringing in $360 per week after taxes and another job where I make $150 per week after taxes. My car payment is $251, rent is $600, utilities are $130, Food is $80, and water is $45. I have a 401(k) with $6,000. Help me. I feel ... Read More »

I Can’t Pay Sallie Mae – Carlos

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Carlos “Dear Steve, Sallie Mae loaned me $10,537.50 on 08/31/1994. I started making payments on it in 2003. Have been in forbearance three times. I have already paid about $7,000 on this loan. he loan is on forbearance until 03/07/2009. Because of financial hardship I wanted to settle with Sallie Mae for $4,000. Total Principal to be paid $13,989.89, estimated ... Read More »

I Found You Through Mary Hunt and Debt Proof Living. – Shelly

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Shelly “Dear Steve, Thank you so much for this website and helping people like myself get out of debt. I was inspired by Mary Hunt and joined as a member on her website debtproofliving to work my way out of debt. I have over 36k of credit card debt and I am using Mary’s system to pay on this debt ... Read More »

Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Stand Behind Government Plan to Allow Bankruptcy Judges to Modify Mortgages

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The following statement was issued today on behalf of the 3,500-member National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) by bankruptcy attorney and NACBA president Carey Ebert of Fort Worth, TX: “At a time when an estimated 6,600 American families are losing their homes to foreclosure every day, we welcome the Obama Administration’s support for changes to existing bankruptcy laws that ... Read More »

I’m in a Debt Management Program and I Can’t Afford It. What Should I Do? – Anne

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“Dear Steve, I owe tons in credit cards and am in dept management. That payment takes half of my salery each month and now my student loans are out of forberance and i don’t qualify for financial hardship. Is debt arbitration legitamite? They say they can cut my debt by 60% and my payments would be half of what I ... Read More »

Alex is Buried in Student Loan Payments

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“Dear Steve, I have Federal Student loans dating back to ’94/95. My situation was unusual. I first attended MBA school and left after a semester because I also got accepted to Law School at a different university. I went to Law School for a year and a half only to realize it wasn’t what I wanted to do so I ... Read More »

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