What Can a Family Do to Get Help With the Mortgage and Credit Card Debt? – Joe

“Dear Steve,

I got laid off from work and scared of losing everything.

What can me and my family do to help with the mortgage and the credit card dept so we don’t lose everything?


Dear Joe,

I had the following questions that I’d like for you to answer before I can answer your question. #comment” rel=”bookmark” title=”Comments Link: “>offer advice in the comments section please feel free to participate.


You are not alone. I'm here to help. There is no need to suffer in silence. We can get through this. Tomorrow can be better than today. Don't give up.

Damon Day - Pro Debt Coach
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3 thoughts on “What Can a Family Do to Get Help With the Mortgage and Credit Card Debt? – Joe”

  1. One of the biggest mistakes people make when getting laid off is to wait until the unemployment checks stop coming before getting serious about increasing income or decreasing expenses while trying to get another job. Lots of small actions can produce a large impact in a budget, whether it’s renting out a room in the house, starting a vegetable garden, reducing premiums from insurance, getting rid of extra cars, child care expenses, or simply mowing lawns and raking leaves on the side. Just be sure you don’t reduce your benefits by choosing an option that makes you “self-employed” before you can support yourself on that income or you can lose your unemployment benefits. The more you can save your unemployment money, the more chance you have of lasting longer before you might end up in foreclosure or bankruptcy. With the recession starting to turn, every single dollar saved is a day gained in time to recover the loss of a job’s income.
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