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How You Can Get Out of Debt Fast Without Filing Bankruptcy

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So there’s this guy, Scott, who has developed an ultimate guide to getting out of debt. Sure, I’m as skeptical as the next guy but after looking over the information I was left with a problem, it looked pretty good. His information page actually contains a bunch of information that you don’t normally see which led me to believe that ... Read More »

We Make Good Money But We Are Drowning in Debt. – Joe

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“Dear Steve, My wife and I have always been in debt. We currently have about $90k in unsecured debt, a $256k mortgage, and $30k in car payments. We earn about $150k per year between the both of us. We have two small children. We are literally drowning right now. We both have very limited part-time jobs don’t bring in much ... Read More »

Debt Relief Orders Let Consumers Go Bankrupt Through Credit Counselors

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An interesting new development in the UK is the formalization of a new tool, the Debt Relief Order, to let consumers eliminate their debts under the power of bankruptcy but without all the hassle or cost. For debtors that have less than £15,000 of unsecured debt and no assets, they can go to a credit counselor, who can file an ... Read More »

I’m Afraid I’m Going To Get Laid Off. How Will I Pay My Bills? What Will I Do?

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“Dear Steve, When I read the news I get so afraid that I will get laidoff. Business at work seems to be slow and I find myself surfing the internet more at work and reading more of these stories about the pink slips that are coming. I’ve got bills and credit card debt to payoff and a wife and kids ... Read More »

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