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Debt Consolidation USA Helps Explain The Concept Of Money To Children

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Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 07, 2015 Debt Consolidation USA shared in a recently published article how parents can best explain the concept of money to their children. The article titled “5 Things To Help Children Understand The Concept Of Money” aims to guide families and households in carefully explaining to children how money and finances in general work. The article ... Read More »

    For The Love of Good Someone, Help Me. – Rena

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    “Dear Steve, Allergo Law that is what has led me to this point. How the hell do I save myself from all of this. I have two girls and a small income. I thought I was getting help only I was getting taken and now I am in trouble big time. I might lose my house. Where do I go ... Read More »

      I’m the Primary Wage Earner, Getting Divorced, and Upside Down in My Mortgage. – Anne

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      “Hi, I am currently going through a divorce, and have 3 small children. I have been the primary (sole) earner in the household. We have no debt except the car and mortgage and my credit score is 793. The problem is that we are upside down on the mortgage, and can’t sell the house. My husband can’t afford to take ... Read More »

        My Sister and Mother Died and Now I Am Raising Additional Children. – Erika

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        Erika “Dear Steve, I did debt relief before when I got divorced and my husband left me with all the bills and disappeared for 4 years. Now my situation is my Sister passed away and my Mom in the same year and out of 10 of us in the family, me being the youngest with one child, no one wanted ... Read More »

          We’ve Taken a Cut in Pay And Can’t Afford Our Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment. – Carrie

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          Carrie “Dear Steve, My husband and I filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy in December of 2008. At the time of filing we made a combined total of $64,000 annually. Our total debt is $237,000 ($200,000 in student loans and $37,000 in credit card debt) and our trustee would not allow us to pay our student loans directly along with a smaller ... Read More »

            I Panicked and Called a Debt Reduction Company. I’m Afraid I’ve Walked Into a Scam. – Megan

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            Megan “Dear Steve, My husband and I currently have around 10-12,000 in credit card debt and medical bills. About 2 years ago, after our 2nd child was born we became unable to make the minimum payments on the credit cards (about 10 different credit cards) and we have also been unable to pay the medical bills from our son’s birth ... Read More »

              Our Debt is so Stressful. It’s Taking a Toll on Our Marriage and Our Children. – Chloe

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              “Dear Steve, I’m married own a home and pay all my bills on time, but I am so over my head. Each month after all the bills are paid we are left with less then $150. It is so stressfull. It’s taking a toll on our marriage and our children. We absolutely do nothing, but go to work and go ... Read More »

                My Mom is in Debt and She Cries Every Night. I Can’t Stand to See Her Sad. – Calvin

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                Calvin “Dear Steve, Hi, my mom is in debt and she cries every night. I can’t stand to see her sad. The economy is horrible and we may not be able to afford our next house payment. How could I, a 13 year old help my mom. I will work, I will fight, I’m willing to do anything. Please just ... Read More »

                  How to Talk to Your Children About Your Financial Problems

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                  I came across this article below, purely by accident, but then again maybe it was more of a divine on purpose? Who knows. Talking to your kids about debt when you are living though problems has always been something I feel is very important. from wikiHow – The How to Manual That You Can Edit Perhaps you find yourself living ... 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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