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I’m Sick With Worry Over My Debt. Should I Settle? How Do I Get Out of Debt? – Beth

“Dear Damon, Hi – i am a 41 year old self employed woman who has accumulated credit card debt up to $35k over the past 6 years. I am a homeowner with 15 years left on my mortgage – and i moved out of the home and rented it out, so i could rent something cheaper to help my the ... Read More »

    I Am Unemployed and Can’t Pay My Charge Card Bills. – Fran

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    “Dear Steve, I was laid off a year ago and apply to jobs/agencies daily to no avail. I am using up what little money I got from a slip and fall lawsuit that I had to accept a horrible offer on which is my small savings acct. and I am really scared – once it’s gone, I can’t afford my ... Read More »

      Crazy Things to Do When You Can’t Pay The Bills

      Living through money troubles, collection calls, delinquent notices and the fear of not being able to pay bills is not only scary but it makes us do some really stupid things. I thought I’d give you a free copy of my book Eliminate Your Debt Like a Pro. It is in a PDF format so just click on that link ... Read More »

        Christmas Bills, Holiday Bills, Kwanzaa Bills, And Chanukah Bills Are Coming. Here is What to Do When It’s Time to Pay Them And You Can’t.

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        Every single year a new crop of unprepared consumers gets blindsided by the post holiday bills which begin to arrive after the middle of January. It is a predictable phenomena. Credit counselors and debt counselors get really slow before the holidays and then slammed when those post holiday bills roll in. And even though many promised to not overspend this ... Read More »

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