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Between the Autism, Arthritis, Legal Bills, and Myasthenia Gravis We Are Drowning in Debt. – Jose

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“Dear Steve, I’ve been in custody battles for my stepchildren for the last 6 years. We finally got full custody of the kids last April, after 3 attorneys and about $30,000.00. We still owe about $20,000 to them. When we first started the court process we had no money and I made a withdrawal from my 401k (TSP – I’m ... Read More »

Should I Drain My 401k with Disabled Spouse? – Selena

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I have a disabled spouse, who is still waiting for his rating from the US NAVY for his disability. He has Multiple Sclerosis and has ZERO income, I was the bread winner in the family, until out of the blue, my employer closed our facility on Dec. 30th, 2011. After 18 years at my company, I am now without a ... Read More »

Evangelical Minister Faces 150 Years In Prison For Selling A Bogus Cancer Cure

Christine Daniel was found guilty of federal charges for selling a bogus cancer cure to dozens of patients across the United States. Daniel faces a potential 150 year prison sentence and $5.5 million for her 11 counts of: four counts of mail and wire fraud, six counts of tax evasion with regard to her personal and corporate income tax filings, ... Read More »

Jessica is Unemployed, Her Husband Has MS And She is Barely Making It From Day-to-Day

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“Dear Steve, My husband is applying for full disability because he has MS and he is not able to work anymore. We have fallen behind on every credit card payment, but we are paying the car, mortgage and utilities, to make it day by day. I am currently unemployed but i could never make enough to cover all our debt. ... Read More »

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