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Debt Warning Signs, and Ways to Dig Out – TheStreet.com

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Debt Warning Signs, and Ways to Dig Out TheStreet.com - 3 hours ago ... from under that debt is to admit there's a problem. This means taking a hard look at your spending and saving habits, and taking action to get out of debt . Read More »

Where To Seek Debt Help

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What’s left over is what you have to work with in order to get out of debt . When you hear the term monthly bills, that doesn’t just mean the bills you get in the mail each month. You should also include all the money you spend on food, ... Read More »

How to get out of debt with Citibank

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Citibank has a great new offer if you are looking to consolidate your debts with the Citibank Personal Credit personal loan. Read More »

Your financial questions answered – Dallas Morning News

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If you’re worried about your finances in these tough economic times, we can help. We’ve teamed up with the Dallas-Fort Worth Financial Planning Association to offer free financial advice. Just e-mail your question to [email protected] . We ... Read More »

How to Avoid Filing for Bankruptcy – WTVF

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By Lisa Smith Filing for bankruptcy is often viewed as a quick and easy way to get out of debt. While it will make some of your debts go away, U.S. residents may find that what you get in return may be more than you bargained for, thanks to legal ... Read More »

How to Avoid Filing for Bankruptcy – Wflxfox29.com

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By Lisa Smith Filing for bankruptcy is often viewed as a quick and easy way to get out of debt. While it will make some of your debts go away, U.S. residents may find that what you get in return may be more than you bargained for, thanks to legal ... Read More »

David Writes In “I’m About To Lose My House”

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David wrote to me at GetOutOfDebt.org and asked me for help with his debt situation. If you have a question, you can ask me for free help and advice also. “Dear Steve, I accepted a job in Seattle. My wife and family and home are still in Idaho. My wife is on a fixed income, and we have been hanging ... Read More »

Charlotte Writes In, “I’m Desperate To Get Out of Debt”

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Charlotte wrote to me at GetOutOfDebt.org and asked for free advice and help, which I gladly give. You can write me using the forms on the site. “Steve, I owe nearly $20,000 on a loan, a bunch of credit cards and some store cards as well. I’m 27 and I still live with my parents because I just can’t get ... Read More »

Jess Writes In “My Mobile Home Has a Hole In It”

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Jess used the form at the bottom of this post to send in the following question. “My babies mother and I have lived in a mobile home for the past three years. We had been having a tough time making the payments for the truck. Just last week we found some water damage in the floor of our mobile home ... Read More »

Janie Writes in “Are Debt Counselors Safe?”

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Janie wrote me and asked me the following question: “I’m running into deep debt and I’m thinking of using one of the debt counselors I’ve seen on my local television station to help me get out of debt. Are they safe?” Janie, Well you’ve come to the right place for an expert answer. If you are concerned about the safety ... Read More »

Five Inside Truths About Debt Management Plans (DMP) You Need to Know

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People are often so confused or uninformed about debt management plans in the US that I wanted to share some truths with you. Here are the five biggest misconceptions people have about debt management plans, in no particular order. Debt Management Plans Are Not Designed for You to Get Out of Debt Since the DMP terms are really dictated by ... Read More »

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