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Bills Are Paid But Seriously Struggling to Stay Afloat. – Kelly

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“Dear Damon, 25 years of marriage, lots of really bad financial decisions. We are seriously struggling, barely staying afloat. At this current time all our bills are paid up to date. Son is in college, daughter will be a junior in high school. We owe more on our house and 1 vehicle than they are worth. The attorney we met ... Read More »

How Can I Stop JD Enterprises From Suing Me? – Denise

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“Dear Steve, I am 52, single, have a decent paying job, but am struggling to pay my current bills. I live paycheck to paycheck. I am trying very hard to catch up and get ahead. I was contacted at my work last week by JD Enterprises about a debt from 2001. They said their process server was on his way ... Read More »

Single Mother, Struggling, Depressed, Anxious, Can’t Sleep. – Veronica

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“Dear Steve, (struggling) small business owner and single mother. I owe approx 70K in credit cards & credit lines. Tapped out of credit options. In addition, I’m scared, cant sleep, anxiety, etc. I am about to close on 2nd mortgage in order to pay off debts. As an individual, can i negotiate with banks, credit card companies to reduce pay ... Read More »

We Made $52K Last Year And Struggling. – Cindi

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Because of the volume of submitted questions, I am behind in personally answering every single one. I need your help. I am publishing the question below for you to answer. Please help this person by adding your response and advice in the comments section of the original question. Click here. “Dear Steve, My husband and I grossed $52k last year. ... Read More »

We Are a Dual Income Household Struggling to Get By. – Michelle

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Because of the volume of submitted questions, I am behind in personally answering every single one. I need your help. I am publishing the question below for you to answer. Please help this person by adding your response and advice in the comments section of the original question. Click here. “Dear Steve, Currently a Dual Income Household with children, we ... Read More »

Our Monthly Payments Are More Than We Make. – Chelsey

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Chelsey “Dear Steve, My boyfriend and I pay more a month in payments than we make in a monthly income we have 2 credit cards maxed, one $1000, $8000. A 1890000 mortgage, which payments are $1200 a month. a $15 000 new vehicle, a $20 000 line of credit, $8000 student loan, and $3000 in small claim loans. My boyfriend ... Read More »

I Have Sleep Apnea and Debt. What Should I Do? – Karen

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Karen “Dear Steve, I have been just getting by for the past few years and having to use my credit cards for most of the extras. My 12 year old son just moved in with his dad. I was getting 235.00 per week child support. Now I am supposed to pay 20.00 per week. My x says he does not ... Read More »

My Dad Took Out Cash Advances on My Credit Card And Took All of My Savings. – Heather

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Heather “Dear Steve, I am a recent MBA grad who got into a lot of debt before and during school because I needed to help out my family. Due to my dad taking out cash advances on my credit cards and then my having to live off my credit cards during school because I had also given him all of ... Read More »

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