Blog Category: Debt


Student Loan Debt Continues to Burden Americans

Student Loan Debt Continues to Burden Americans

With the national student debt level topping $1.4 trillion, it not only equates to the second highest amount of household debt next to mortgage payments in America, it’s actually an obstacle to new graduates wanting to buy their first home and start a family. The Student Loan Report for Q4 of 2017 depicts no abetment  … Read more

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Spotting a Debt Relief Scam

Spotting a Debt Relief Scam

Individuals drowning in debt look for a life preserver in many forms, and sometimes it can result in a costly mistake. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), warns consumers to be weary of debt relief and credit repair scams that can target individuals with lofty credit card debt by falsely promising to negotiate with creditors in  … Read more

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Debt Management Information

Debt Management Information

As the name suggests, debt management is basically a debt-relief option to offer help to people who are struggling with their monthly bills and credit liabilities. So, basically, you sign up with a debt management company that renegotiates your repayment plan with your creditors and creates a debt management information plan for you to manage  … Read more

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Credit Card Travel Disasters

Credit Card Travel Disasters

It isn’t always easy to take precautions on the go to avoid our trip from ending up a disaster.  Unexpected occurences on a vacation cannot really be ruled out. Accidents, sickness and thefts are only a few of the many things that could possibly go wrong on a vacation. However, it is highly recommend, that you  … Read more

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Cashing Fund Accounts To Cover Debts

Cashing Fund Accounts To Cover Debts

There are many ways people seek debt relief. Some look for a slow and steady payment plan. Others prefer a consolidation loan. Those that consider more extreme options should be aware. Cashing fund accounts to cover debts can be dangerous. These types of strategies could do more harm than good. Cashing Fund Accounts To Cover  … Read more

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Houston Bankruptcy Lawyer Answers Common Debt Questions

Houston Bankruptcy Lawyer Answers Common Debt Questions

Anyone struggling with debt problems knows the stress of making ends meet. Harassing phone calls and threats of foreclosure only make a bad situation worse. You may have heard of the benefits that bankruptcy can bring. In this article, a Houston bankruptcy lawyer answers common debt questions. It is important to learn a little about  … Read more

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Debt Collection Defenses Stop Scams

Debt Collection Defenses Stop Scams

Nearly everyone has experienced a debt collection scam at some point in their adult life. Whether you knew it or not is another story. Since debt collection scams are on the rise people are more vulnerable now than ever. However, debt collection defenses stop scams. You just need to know how to use them. Debt  … Read more

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Credit Card Payment Solutions That Really Work

Credit Card Payment Solutions That Really Work

KWe all want to get out of debt. Lower payments and more room in our monthly income to do other things is the goal. But, how do we get there? Many people have tried to pay off debt in the past and failed. Try these credit card payment solutions that really work to make 2017 your  … Read more

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Managing Credit Card Debt

Managing Credit Card Debt

40% of all households carry some sort of credit card debt. The average American household debt is around $5,700. The average for households that continuously carry a balance on their accounts is $16,048. Nearly half of debtors miss a payment or are late at some point in their financial lives. Managing credit card debt is  … Read more

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The Biggest Source of Debt for People in Texas

The Biggest Source of Debt for People in Texas

Student loans, credit card debt, medical bills, home mortgages, and auto loans: paying off debt is certainly a major cause of financial stress in many people’s lives. Out of all the debt that all Americans currently carry combined, it’s not a stretch to learn that the number one highest amount of debt is from mortgage  … Read more

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