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David Writes In “I Have No More to Give”

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David wrote me through the site to ask his question below. You can too! “Dear Steve, I have about $20,000 in credit card debt. 4 cards that I’ve transferred balances to, each with a rate of 2.99 to 3.99% interest for life of the loan. Each monthly minimum is about $110.00. I have no more to give, and we ... Read More »

    I Have to File Bankruptcy But My Husband Says He Won’t Support It And Will Leave Me. – Julie

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    Julie “Dear Steve, I have a failed business and am looking to bankrupcy to receive discharge from SBA personal guarantees and from personal credit card debt used in the business. My husband’s income puts us over the median in our state, I have already been advised by a lawyer that for this reason I will have to file Chp. 13 ... Read More »

      Bush Administration Rolls Out Wimpy Mortgage Assistance Plan

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      The Bush administration today rolled out a plan to help homeowners in trouble with their mortgages. While proclaiming big help the plan does not go anywhere near far enough to help those in the most trouble. Homeowners 90 or more days late in their mortgage payments, owe at least 90% of their home’s current value, live in the home on ... Read More »

        Credit Card Horror Stories: Tales of Credit Limit Reductions and Account Closures

        Ready to Collapse did a story on Friday (sorry for not getting to this earlier) highlighting some of the same stuff that I've been pointing out here for weeks. More and more customers are experiencing credit-limit reductions and account closures. Over the course of the past few weeks, readers have been chiming in with their own credit-card tales. Many of their stories will seem familiar. Read More »

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