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How to Discharge Your Student Loans if You Are in the Military, Police, or Teacher

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More and more at GetOutOfDebt.org we are getting questions about how to get your student loans eliminated, forgiven, or discharged if you are in or served in the military, police officer, teacher, librarian, or other public service employee. It is absurdly ironic that members of the military can go into harms way, fight in combat and yet return back home ... Read More »

I’m a Disabled and Retired Police Officer With Debt. – James

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“Dear Steve, I am now a 52 yr. old medically retired policeman. I have been retired for now two years, I always worked secondary security jobs as most police do, so I accumulated a lots of debt, vehicles, etc. I was claimed disabled for health reasons, and I had disability insurance on my vehicle. Now since I was forced to ... Read More »

I’m a Police Officer With an Underwater House And I Want to Get Out of Debt. – Jim

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“Dear Steve, I am a police officer with a part time employed wife and 2 toddler children. We have about $66,000 in debt ($53,000 from HELOC that was used for home purchase and $13,000 in credit card debt). We have been slowly paying off the credit card debt by completing balance transfer offers, etc. We do not use these cards ... Read More »

I Want to Join the Police Force But I Have an Old Debt I Owe and I Want to Increase My Chances. – Jennifer

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“Dear Steve, Hello, I am 25 years old, I just made a decision on wanting to join the police force(it’s been an option since h.s), I know a good credit is vital and mine is not so good. I have one school loan that I need to pay off and I have put off for 2 years now and the ... Read More »

I’m Going to Become a Police Officer But Need to Clean Up My Credit. – Dustin

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“Dear Steve, I have a good amount of debt collectors trying to collect and recently was selected for a local police department. They do a credit check and I’m really scared this may disqualify me. I have no repos, foreclosures, or bankruptcies. It is simply some debt that I couldn’t pay, that went to a collector. I have a little ... Read More »

I’m a Police Officer and Don’t Know Where to Look for a Debt Consolidation Loan. – Mike

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“Dear Steve, Current situation is simple, for the first time in 14 years, we have fallen behind on our mortgage. Looking at our monthly numbers, my wife and I make decent money, bringing home around $6300/month. Our accumulated debt and other regular payments now total around $6600/month and that does not include basic living expenses like food and other necessities ... Read More »

I’m a Police Officer and Having Debt Problems. – Abby

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“Hi Steve, My name is Abby. I am so happy to have found your website. I am really hoping that you can help me. This is my story: I am 35 years old. I use to be married. Had a great paying job. Owned a home. Had enough money to put away in an IRA. Pretty much living the American ... Read More »

James the Police Officer Calls in For Help to Avoid a Repo – Get Out of Debt Podcast

Here is the latest Get Out of Debt show podcast. Do You Have a Question You Want to Ask? If you have a credit or debt question you’d like to ask call 919-321-2378. Leave your first name and question and I’m happy to help you totally for free. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Caller Question James ... Read More »

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