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Lesbians Languish in Loads of Liabilities


Question: Dear Steve, After ending my domestic partnership I was single and on my own financially for just under three years. I have since re-married, but incurred approximately $30,000 in credit card debt, while I was the only income for my family of four. I have $13.5K debt on a card with 12% APR. I have $16K debt on a ... Read More »

    What Repaying Your Debt Will Cost You in Retirement – Calculator

    What Will Debt Repayment Cost You in Retirement?

    This calculator demonstrates the future retirement financial loss you may experience when electing to repay your debt with an extended repayment program offered by creditors, credit counseling or debt settlement, rather than intervene on your debt with solutions like bankruptcy which terminate the debt quickly and allow you to resume saving again for retirement. Calculate how much repaying your debt ... Read More »

      Clinton Wants to Know “Am I Doing The Right Thing By Repaying My Debt?”

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      Clinton “Dear Steve, I am receiving social security disability insurance (SSDI) and got abandoned with a mortgage back in 2007 that went into foreclosure. I know I can’t get the foreclosure removed but I have been diligently trying to pay off all of my outstanding debt, charge-offs and the ones that report a zero balance but the collection agencies keep ... Read More »

        Judy Is Worried “Should I Save or Pay Off Credit Card?”

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        Judy “Dear Steve, Should I save the amount after paying off a credit card debt or pay down another. Help please. Judy”   Dear Judy, You asked a great question and one that seems easy but has different valid and possible answers. If you are digging yourself out of a debt hole the initial knee jerk reaction is to devote ... Read More »

          I’m Almost Drowned in Debts in India – Ram

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          Ram “Dear Steve, This is Ram from India and i am almost drowned into the debts. My monthly earnings after my business and house expenses are Rs.25000(the max). I have debts to the extent of rs.30lacs of which rs.4lacs(against full surrender value of my insurance policies) and remaining rs.26lacs(in the form of overdrafts, personal loans and credit cards).I have nothing ... Read More »

            Tithing, Saving and Getting Out Of Debt – The Personal Finance Bloggers Brain Trust

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            This weeks question put to the personal finance bloggers brain trust at was: When people are working with a credit counselor or working up their own budget they often hear or believe that they should not make religious contributions and should not put any money in savings while they are making debt repayments. Instead, some believe that every dollar ... Read More »

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