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I Found You Through Mary Hunt and Debt Proof Living. – Shelly

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Shelly “Dear Steve, Thank you so much for this website and helping people like myself get out of debt. I was inspired by Mary Hunt and joined as a member on her website debtproofliving to work my way out of debt. I have over 36k of credit card debt and I am using Mary’s system to pay on this debt ... Read More »

    I’m 19 With $30,000 in Debt and Preparing to Start College. – Elle

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    Elle “Dear Steve, I’m 19 years hold i have a part-time job which they are cutting hours on,and im getting ready to start college in september im a little over 3000.000 dollars in debt. I just dont know what to do, any advice? Elle” The Answer   Dear Elle, I’ll have to go with, pay it? I don’t know what ... Read More »

      Borderline Abused Ohio State Student Ready to Start Digging Out of Debt. – Debbie

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      “Dear Steve, I am a student at Ohio State, and I have about a year left to go in school. I am pretty detached from my parents, who were both unfit and borderline abusive as I was growing up. I left home at sixteen to make my own way, and since then I have not seen a dime from my ... Read More »

        We Owe $191,000 in Student Loans And I Need to Go Back to School. – Rob

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        “Dear Steve, Myself and my wife are both out of college. I went to a private university, big mistake as my mother tried to tell me, and now between the two of us we are about $191,000 in debt to student loans. Thanks to my grandmother, when she passed away she left me enough to pay off any credit card ... Read More »

          I Had a Rent Check Bounce, Owe the Cable Company, and Student Loans. – Tina

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          “Dear Steve, Have student loan which I currently owe $1000 dollars on because I have not been able to pay it, just had a rent check bounce and owe another one right away, also owe the cable company (though this is in collections now too) ~$500. I would make enough to support myself if I could just get caught up. ... Read More »

            I’m in My Second Year of Law School and Want to Drop Out. But What About My Loans? – Brad

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            “Hi Steve – I’m currently in my second year of law school and am really thinking about getting out. I’m worried about the roughly $100k in student loans I’ll have to start paying back though, not to mention living expenses and almost $9k in credit card debt I accrued as an undergrad. If I do drop out, I’ve considered going ... Read More »

              I’m Not Making Any Progress Paying Back My Sallie Mae Student Loans. – Krista

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              Krista “Dear Steve, I have just over 74k in student loan debt with sallie mae. One bill is for about 55K at a 5.1% interest rate. The other if for about 19k at a 4.75% interest rate. I have been paying $550 a month for almost a year now and I am not seeing a reduction in my loan! Please ... Read More »

                I Have Too Much Debt And I’m Going Back to School. – Ken

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                “Dear Steve, Hello i have to much debt i am going back to school and need some relief i want to pay what i owe but i can’t make the payments Is there a way to consolodate all my debt and lower my interest rate and how will this ffect my credit Ken” The Answer   Dear Ken, No, there ... Read More »

                  I’m in a Debt Management Program and I Can’t Afford It. What Should I Do? – Anne

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                  “Dear Steve, I owe tons in credit cards and am in dept management. That payment takes half of my salery each month and now my student loans are out of forberance and i don’t qualify for financial hardship. Is debt arbitration legitamite? They say they can cut my debt by 60% and my payments would be half of what I ... Read More »

                    I Need Some Advice and Referrals For Bankruptcy and a Debt Financial Counselor. – Georgina

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                    Georgina “Dear Steve, I owe a total of about 130k in cc & student loan debt. Student loans account for 70k. not sure how to start repay or bankrupy. I’m just 2 years back in workforce now. I make 50k yr with room for increase near future. Help, overwhelmed I need some referrals for debt finanical counselors and or bnkruptcy ... Read More »

                      Rebecca the Nurse Wants to Get Her Student Loans Off Life Support

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                      “Dear Steve, Student loans private 30,000 at 10% with five separate loan groups/amounts refuse to consolidate and lose control of options. Federal two groups one at 27,000 the other 29,000 both at 5.75%. 39 years old and have been working as a nurse for 1 year making at this time $62,000. I want to attack my sallie mae loans! I’m ... Read More »

                        Anne is Struggling With Her Student Loans and Sallie Mae

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                        “Dear Steve, I am currently in debt management and I have used up all of my forberance. I cannot make the payments. Half of my take home pay goes to debt management. Is there any way I can postpone payments rather than forberance or financial hardship? Sallie Mae will not give me financial hardship–they say I make too much gross ... Read More »

                          Lauren is in a Fabulous Foreign Country and Can’t Afford Her Student Loans

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                          “Dear Steve, Okay, I am currently a grad student in a foreign country which is cool and wonderful and educational and definitely worth the money. However, it’s costing me money. I currently have a $77,000 price tag in student loans and would like to reduce this amount. Because I am overseas it is very difficult to get a job and ... Read More »

                            C Wants to Defer Student Loans Without Hurting the Credit Report

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                            C “Dear Steve, I paid my way through college and fortunately could afford to take out only subsidized Stafford loans amounting to $10,000. After graduating I planned to find a full time job but have only found part time temporary jobs. I clustered these jobs over the last eight months and have been able to pay down my debt to ... Read More »

                              Graduate From College With Good Grades And Get A New House

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                              An inovative new program from Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas significantly rewards students that graduate within five years, with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, secure employment in the Dallas metropolitan area, maintain a good credit history and donate 400 hours of volunteer time to the community. University president Michael Sorrell is quoted as saying “This program ... Read More »

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