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Is Bankruptcy Sinful and Bad or Right and Moral? An Examination.

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For all of my life and especially through my financial struggles the assumption that money troubles are tied to morality and that people with debt troubles are somehow morally broken or moral failures and need to repent at their very hour of need, persist. It’s a false belief that haunts nearly every single soul that has fallen into the pit ... Read More »

Gerri Detweiler and I Talk Honestly About Debt

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Gerri Detweiler and I talked recently via Skype video about debt for a video blog she did for DebtConsolidationCare.com. Below you will find our discussion which surrounded the issues I brought up in my article The Honest and Unvarnished Truth About How to Get Out of Debt. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Read More »

How to Get Out of Debt. The Honest and Unvarnished Truth.

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As a student of the history of debt, having lived through debt problems myself, and having founded and run a credit counseling organization I have a very unique view from inside and outside the debt world. If there were mistakes and beliefs to be had, I’ve had them. If there perceptions about debt, they’ve floated through my mind, If there ... Read More »

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