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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 »


    Today, while getting my hair done, I was annoyed that the beautician was not paying attention while straightening my hair. After asking her three times to watch what she was doing, I grabbed the iron and said "let me do it, you're going to burn me!". I then burned two layers of skin off my ear. Read More »


      Today, I was walking slowly and awkwardly down the stairs on my crutches. After two steps, a screw fell out of the left crutch and it collapsed. I now have a broken arm from trying to protect my broken leg as I tumbled down two flights of stairs. Read More »

        Redefining the American Dream

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        Redefining the American Dream Washington Times, DC - 17 minutes ago And credit card defaults look like the next shoe to drop as cash-strapped Americans have run up credit card debt to postpone the day of reckoning. ... Read More »

          Wal-Mart de Mexico Plans 100,000 Credit Cards by Year-End — With Interest Rates of 59% to 75%

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          Next time I hear someone complain about high interest rates on credit cards in the U.S., I'll be sure to pass this story along to them. Wal-Mart de Mexico, which is known as Walmex, plans to ramp up its credit-card business in Mexico by the end of the year, according to Bloomberg sources. All told, the bank plans to issue more than 100,000 cards. The cards will have annual percentage rates that Read More »

            Easy Come, Easy Go: Hits Regulatory Hurdle

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            OK. Remember earlier this week when I posted a story about alternative lending? You remember. It was the upbeat story about peer-to-peer (p2p) lending -- and how this credit crisis is good for business (link here). That story was written by Economix, a blog at the New York Times. The blog pointed out that more traditional-looking borrowers were turning to p2p for funding needs during the credit Read More »

              How to Avoid Filing for Bankruptcy – WAAY

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              How to Avoid Filing for Bankruptcy WAAY, AL - 35 minutes ago By Lisa Smith Filing for bankruptcy is often viewed as a quick and easy way to get out of debt . While it will make some of your debts go away, US residents ... Read More »

                10 ways to protect yourself in financial crisis – Daily Journal

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                10 ways to protect yourself in financial crisis 
 Daily Journal, SC - 10 hours ago Harrine Freeman, personal finance expert and author of "How to Get Out of Debt ," said small changes, such as skipping Starbucks in the morning, packing your ... Read More »

                  War of words: Senate candidates debate in Soldotna – Kenai Peninsula Online

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                  War of words: Senate candidates debate in Soldotna Kenai Peninsula Online, AK - 12 hours ago "As long as we don't face the issue of interest, we're never going to get out of debt . It's absolutely impossible." Bird said constitutional principles need ... Read More »

                    Searching For a Debt Consolidation Loan or Credit Card Counseling Service

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                    When faced with credit card debt and suddenly looking for a credit card debt payoff it is not unusual for people to search out solutions they feel might be able to provide debt consolidation for bad credit. See if this sounds familiar, you wake up, in the middle of the night, worried about your debt problems. You know that the ... Read More »

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