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Some Credit Counseling Groups Not Optimistic About Future. Looking to Merge.

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So much of the past year or so has been directed towards the debt settlement world. The credit counseling world has just be slowly ticking away and watching their funding shrink from creditors. Funding may be shrinking even more now that the U.S. government is looking for places to cut back. Significant cuts in funding for HUD housing counseling are ... Read More »

    What the Dodd-Frank Act: What It Means for Credit and Housing Counseling Agencies and Other Debt Relief Service Providers

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    The following article was put out by the Venable law firm and is republished with permission of Jeff Tenenbaum, a rock star in debt relief compliance issues. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook President Obama ushered in a new era of regulation over credit counseling, housing counseling, and other debt relief services that will have a broad ... Read More »

      I’m Up to My Ears in Debt. – Nathan

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      Nathan “Dear Steve, I am up to my ears in CC debt. I thought about going through companies like care one, etc. I have two cards with capital one, one with wachovia, one with chase. what do i do. this is on top of student loans and i am spreadin very very thin on money. i tried to reason with ... Read More »

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