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The New American Dream Is A Better Reality

A new study of what “the American dream” means in 2015 has concluded… Americans have moved away from a belief system dominated by financial achievements and have moved toward a desire for a healthy mental and physical life. For financial experts like myself, that might seem like dour news. It’s not. I’m ecstatic about the … Read more

I Have $150,000 in Credit Card Debt and a Million Dollar Mortgage. – Mingus

Mingus “Dear Steve, So far I’ve been able to pay credit card bills (total balances over $150k) , my mortgage ($1 million jumbo) and home equity line on time and my credit score is still above 700. All accounts have good interest rates, even the credit cards have none above 7.9%. I no longer have … Read more

What if I Just Stop Paying My Credit Cards in Texas. – Steve

“Dear Steve, I currently have around $65K in credit card debt. Some of it is from paying of my auto loans, 13K, with balance transfers in order to lower monthly payments. The bulk of it was from 4-6 years ago, when My wife and I both had a 25% reduction in pay for over 2 … Read more

I’m Afraid I’m Going To Get Laid Off. How Will I Pay My Bills? What Will I Do?

“Dear Steve, When I read the news I get so afraid that I will get laidoff. Business at work seems to be slow and I find myself surfing the internet more at work and reading more of these stories about the pink slips that are coming. I’ve got bills and credit card debt to payoff … Read more

How to Avoid Filing for Bankruptcy – Wflxfox29.com

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, U.S. residents may find that what you get in return may be more than you bargained for, thanks to legal …