Credit Card Debt Where Do You Go?

RS Martin asked:

Credit card debt generally increases with the income of debtors. However, about four percent of chapter 7 debtors report no income at the time of filing. Credit card debt in the United States is rapidly approaching the $700 billion mark. … Continue reading

Government Debt Consolidation Loan

The federal government has spent and continues to spend borrowed money just like the individual credit card holder, creating an terrible debt burden that should alarm everyone. Debt is debt whether a business, personal or governmental, but consequently the government derived debt is ultimately personal debt. It’s your debt and … Continue reading

Tips to Consolidate Debt With No Credit Check

If you’re like me and you have bad credit, you want to get it cleared up but you don’t want to go through the hassle of a credit check only to be declined. So, should you just forget about it? Absolutely not.
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The Budget

Brent Milne
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You can find out a lot more about Investing and Developing your Personal Wealth my website. See the link in the resource box at the end of this article.

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Enjoy a Free-Stress Life by Consolidating Your Debt

If you recognize your debtors’ telephone numbers when they appear on your caller ID – and ignore them, it’s safe to say debt is creating some level of stress in your life. Ignoring your creditors won’t make them go away. In fact, bill collectors are more likely to give some … Continue reading

Debt Conslidation Pros and Cons – How Can You Benefit From a Debt Consolidation

Are you considering a debt consolidation? If you are there are several good thing that can come about from using this option. Probably the foremost reason to get into one of these programs is to pay off your debts and get out from under the crushing burden of high debt … Continue reading