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I’m Drowning Under the Pressure of Keeping Us Afloat When He Can’t Participate. – Deborah

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“Dear Steve, I’ve been with my husband for over 18 years. The first five years or so we were always able to work together on our finances, and be supportive of our situation as a team. We both worked equally, and contributed equally for the most part. Around 2000 we decided to take a chance and upgrade to a bigger ... Read More »

    Keith Writes in And Wants To Know “Should I Consider Debt Consolidation For a Fee?”

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    Keith “I have $30,000 in credit card debt plus $160,000 in home loans and business loans. Should I consider debt consolidation from a company that charges me a fee each month?” Keith, Excellent question and my answer may surprise you, Yes! Nonprofit credit counseling programs brag that many of them are free or at a low cost, but that comes ... Read More »

      Bailout Plan Wants to Push More Credit On Overloaded Consumers

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      Bailout plan to perpetuate our house of cards Times Herald-Record, NY - 56 minutes ago By Christian Livermore The average client who seeks help at the Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central New York has $47000 in credit card debt and ... Read More »

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