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Long Term Disability Provider Wants Me to Repay Money I Needed to Avoid Foreclosure. – Mary

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“Dear Steve, I am 44 years old, permanently disabled from a brain tumor (5 surgeries and radiation). I receive SSD and private LTD in about equal amounts. My house went into foreclosure because last year, my medical expenses exceeded 19K, and for a while, I had to decide between paying for private health insurance (prior to medicare kicking in) or ... Read More »

I Am Permanently Disabled. Should I Take Money Out of My 401(k) to Pay My Credit Card? – Jeri

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Jeri “Dear Steve, I’m a 51 yr old female on total disability, and will be for the rest of my life. I receive Social Security and Long Term Disability thru the company that I worked for. My question is this. I have a credit card that has a balance of $5900, and the promotion of that card is going to ... Read More »

I’ve Been Working Since I Was 15 and Made All the Right Financial Moves But Now I’m in Big Trouble. – Marcia

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Marcia “Dear Steve, I have been working since the age of 15. Every decision I made as a young adult and onward was based on increasing my solvency. I grew up working class. My parents were an example of how not to wind up. I have a master’s degree and have been working successfully in the tech industry since 1984. ... Read More »

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