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In the Money Coffin? How to Unbury Yourself out from All Your Debt

In the Money Coffin? How to Unbury Yourself out from All Your Debt

| June 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Debt is an unforgiving task master. Interest never takes a vacation, a sick day, or a holiday. It accrues twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Being in a tremendous amount of debt can be suffocating, and it’s easy to get discouraged. However, there are things you can do to help dig yourself out […]

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How to Relieve Yourself from Financial Debt

How to Relieve Yourself from Financial Debt

| January 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

Being in debt, or at least, being in debt you can’t cope with, is one of the most stressful things any person can go through, and it does affect a lot of us. Sometimes it can seem as though there’s no way of getting out of that downward spiral, but with a bit of thought […]

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5 Ways to Get Emergency Money Fast

5 Ways to Get Emergency Money Fast

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Have you ever had an unexpected bill pop up out of nowhere and not had the cash to pay for it? I bet most people have had this happen to them. It sure has happened to me. It taught me to keep a fully funded “Emergency Fund” for that sure to come rainy day. If […]

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Financial Problems and Priorities Impact on Your Credit History

Financial Problems and Priorities Impact on Your Credit History

| August 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Credit Cards are available to anyone upon reaching 18 years of age. The companies have a much stricter criterion for providing cards and a credit limit than they had prior to the recession but there is still a tendency for Americans to want credit and for credit card companies to provide it. Consumer debt is […]

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What To Do When You’ve Overextended Yourself

What To Do When You’ve Overextended Yourself

| August 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

No matter how careful one might be, circumstances can arise that leave even the most prudent individual scrambling for funds. Whether those circumstances involve emergency repairs to our home, replacement of a vehicle that has become a money pit, or fulfilling a commitment to help a relative, we all find ourselves at some point with […]

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2015 is Halfway Over – Are You on Top of Your Debt?

2015 is Halfway Over – Are You on Top of Your Debt?

| June 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Every year millions of American vow to resolve their debt and gain better control of their financial futures. Statistics show that credit card debt in 2015 averages to approximately $15,000 per household. Where on the scale do you compare? Now that we are halfway through with 2015, where do you stand in regards to paying […]

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5 Cornerstones of Resolving Your Credit Card Debt

5 Cornerstones of Resolving Your Credit Card Debt

| June 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

The global recession in 2007/2008 is still affecting the American economy. However, the most affected individual is the ordinary household owner who has piled up credit card debt and is yet to get out of the woods. While the Federal Reserve harps on a growing economy, you might be racking your head wondering how to make […]

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Simple Ways You Can Help Your Family Get Out Of Debt And Start Saving

Simple Ways You Can Help Your Family Get Out Of Debt And Start Saving

| May 16, 2015 | 1 Comment

The US Census Bureau states that the average American household was $70,000 in debt in 2011. While a large portion of that is usually a mortgage, the average outstanding debt for credit cards, medical bills, car notes and student loans still stood at $7,000. If you want to get your family out of debt and […]

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Dealing With Debt? What You Need To Gain Financial Freedom Again

Dealing With Debt? What You Need To Gain Financial Freedom Again

| March 13, 2015 | 1 Comment

Being in debt is exhausting. If you’re dealing with debt, you are probably experiencing a high level of stress. However, it’s important to remember that there are ways to deal with your financial problem. The longer you put it off, the more serious your financial situation will become. If you’re ready to start living a […]

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