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How Much Money Do You Need to Have?


We would all like to have enough money to do the important things: live life, retire comfortably, educate our children, and so on. More importantly, how do you make sure that you have enough to reach these various goals? Careful planning is essential, but you need to start from the bottom and work your way up to the big goals. ... Read More »

    My Husband Was Ill So He Went to College. – Rhonda

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    “Dear Steve, My husband be ill and couldn’t go back to job. So he went to college. and now we are drowning in debt. Im at the end of rope just trying to find out how I can pay all this off. wanting the best way to pay debt off Rhonda” Dear Rhonda, I’m not sure where to best start ... Read More »

      I’m a Recent College Graduate Trying to Dig Myself Out of Credit Card Debt. – Megan

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      “Dear Steve, I’m 22 and in 6,000 credit card debt! I am a recent college graduate, and in some credit card debt. In college, I racked up 3 different credit cards (one with a $4,000 limit, one with a $500 limit and one with a $300 limit – who gives an 18 year old kid ) and all of them ... Read More »

        I am a College Student With Credit Card Debt. – Alicia

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        Alicia “Dear Steve, I am currently a college student that has already acquired over 7,000 in debt with credit cards, medical bills and tution. I am currently owe more than I make and I have been trying to find a new job so I can get myself out this mess. What is the best way out of my debt situation ... Read More »

          I Lived on Credit Cards in College and Have Not Paid Them. – Amy

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          Amy “Dear Steve, I just graduated from college and during that time was living on credit cards. I have not paid my card in 4 years. I am barely scraping by as it is and cannot add a $500 payment to my already increasing bills. What is my best option for getting out of debt? Amy”   Dear Amy, Based ... Read More »

            I Can’t Repay My Student Loans I Had When My Husband Was in the Military. – Debbie

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            “Dear Steve, My husband was in the military and i went to college for almost 2yrs then he was deployed to europe, the family had to follow. i was unable to finish school. he then went off to the iraq war and got medically boarded out of the army. unfortunatley it took a toll on the family and we are ... Read More »

              I’m $850 in Debt, in College, and Don’t Want to Tell My Parents. – Jessica

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              “Dear Steve, I am a college student with 2 years left of undergraduate school and then one more year for grad school. I got a credit card last summer and was doing fine until school started. I couldn’t find a job so my bill racked up to around $850. I still am unable to find a job and I am ... Read More »

                I Went to College for a Bit and Now They Want Me to Pay. – Noname

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                Noname “Dear Steve, I singed a contract with my college to attend a semester tuition was 10 thousand dollars. I paid 3 thousand and stopped going to classes after that. The college is insisting I pay the remainder 6 thousand dollars, I ignored there request and told them I never attended class. They said since i singed a contract saying ... Read More »

                  How to Afford to Go Back to School as an Adult

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                  Adults are going back to school for lots of different reasons these days, including career changes, keeping up with developments in their field, learning new skills and personal enrichment. At many colleges students may be senior executives, retirees or working moms. Going back to school when you’re older, whether it’s to get an advanced degree, brush up with a few ... Read More »

                    My Son Has Aspergers, Autism, Anxiety, Depression and College Credit Cards. – Laura

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                    “Dear Steve, My son who is 27 yrs old and currently on permanant disability for aspergers autism,anxiety disorder 300 and depression, he got caugh up in getting credits cards while attending school you know the ones, credit cards for students. Any way he will never be able to work and is currently getting social security disability benefits. what action can ... Read More »

                      Are Thre Any Stimulus Packages or Grants That Can Help Me Get Rid of My Debt? – Julie

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                      Julie “Dear Steve, I’m 18 and went through a lot trying to make it possible for me to go to college I couldn’t save up the money to go so I got credit cards to pay for it because I didn’t even think about getting a loan now I’m in $9,000 worth of debt and am paying all my money ... Read More »

                        I’m a Soon to be Homeless College Student With Unpaid Rent. – Danielle

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                        Danielle “Dear Steve, I currently owe $1,465 for rent cause I lost my job and now its in collections an my sister wants me and my 2 year old daughter out. How can I get help paying it I’m a full time student in college? Danielle”   Dear Danielle, It sounds like you’ll need to not be a full time ... Read More »

                          I’m a College Student and Gotten Myself in Very Bad Credit Card Debt. – Meredith

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                          “Dear Steve, I am a college student and gotten myself in very bad credit card debt. It is so easy to get a card and I have managed to run up a debt close to $10,000. I had three credit cards; I have gotten rid of them, can’t use them, but still owe the debt. How do I get rid ... Read More »

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