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I’m Current But Maxed Out and Want to Get Out of Debt. – Julia

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“Dear Steve, I have 45k in credit card debt I am single just started a new job which is based off of commision. I am current on all of my bills no lates or over limits I am at 80% of limits, however I can only pay minimum payments on the bills. Please give me some idea as to what ... Read More »

I Racked Up Debt And Struggling With the Minimum Payment. – Peter

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“Dear Damon, Racked up Credit Card debt (50K). Haven’t missed any payments (yet), but struggling to be able to pay down debt more than the minimum payments (about 1300 a month). Barely making minimum payments, do not foresee any significant income increases. Looking to buy-down debt quickly, and free up monthly income for savings, etc. I have settled debt before ... Read More »

We Have Out of Control Debt. – Cher

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We have been using credit cards to make ends meet they are maxed out and we have refinanced into our mortgage and vehicles so much we owe $300,000. We can’t move to an apartment because we have big dogs and no we will not give them away; they are our family. We have baby # 2 due in 2 months ... Read More »

If We Stop Paying Our Credit Cards Will it Affect Applying for a Loan Modification? – Wong

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“Dear Steve, My husband and I owned a small business, the harsh economy has make our income lower than we expected. We purchased our house 4 years ago, the value has gone down a bit but I don;t think we are up-side-down on our mortage. Our credit used to be really good but because we have maxed out all the ... Read More »

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