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I Quit My Job in October and I Can’t Find a Job But I’m Still Looking. – Sonya

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Sonya “Dear Steve, I quit my job in October and I can’t find a job but I’m still looking, I just had my credit looking decent because of a default student loan. And bought me my first new car and had 4 credit cards I didn’t use until I was unemployed. I know it was stupid but my husband of ... Read More »

    Jessica is Unemployed, Her Husband Has MS And She is Barely Making It From Day-to-Day

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    “Dear Steve, My husband is applying for full disability because he has MS and he is not able to work anymore. We have fallen behind on every credit card payment, but we are paying the car, mortgage and utilities, to make it day by day. I am currently unemployed but i could never make enough to cover all our debt. ... Read More »

      Tanisha Wants to Cash Out 401K To Get Rid Of Debts.

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      Tanisha “Dear Steve, I recently recieved $137k into a 401k account from my ex-husband due to a divorce. I’m 35 years old, 2 kids, unemployed stay at home mother for past 8 years. I will receive spousal support until 2012. I no longer own any property or assets and I have $33,000 in credit card debts with interest rates ranging ... Read More »

        Good News – Post Office to Layoff Only 40,000 Workers. Bad Time to Be In Delivery Business.

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        A friend called to tell me about the latest buzz of the postal service laying off 40,000 workers. I can’t confirm if it is true yet since the numbers estimated range from 16,000 to 40,000. But in doing my research for this news I came across a shocking this little tidbit: Vienna – The majority-state-owned Austria Post mail service is ... Read More »

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