• Debt Settlement Provides Relief For More Americans

    May 3, 2011 - Although the great Thomas Jefferson proclaimed, “Never spent your money before you have it,” many Americans have not had that choice in a failing economy. Today, thousands of people struggle to pay their bills and make ends meet, but in a trying economy, paying every bill simply isn’t a reality for many. <--cut rotation pic here--> With the unemployment rate still dangerously high, more Americans are relying upon unsecured loans such as credit cards to pay everyday living expenses.

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  • Debt Relief Guide

    June 8, 2011 - The term “debt relief” materializes several different ways but has one specific meaning--relieving debt as the partial or total forgiveness of debt. This can be done through re-organizing and re-prioritizing finances or by working with a debt relief company to reconcile the balance to a manageable amount. Debt relief is needed in order to rebuild credit, maintain or increase personal or commercial savings and to reduce the stress and burden placed upon individuals who carry unresolved debt.

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  • Florida Pays Debts in Anticipation for Another Recession

    November 22, 2012 - Though several news reports suggest that the United States will be able to pick itself up, some will not just take them at face value. They’d rather be prepared for another recession than to rely their hopes on the news. These include the people of Florida. Based on a study conducted by a nonprofit debt management organization called Credit Karma, the Floridians have been paying their credit card debt and mortgage.

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  • Loan Consolidation, Does It Ease Debt or Not?

    December 23, 2012 - Over the past few years, interest rates on loans have really come down. Of course, some people will use this as an excuse to get further into debt but this will surely backfire on them if they do not take care. In general terms, easing payments on several high interest loans by rolling them all into one that has a lower interest rate is the best way to use this phenomenon to its full advantage. This then should be used to ease the debt burden and not to add more fuel to the fire, so to speak.

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Loan Consolidation, Does It Ease Debt or Not?

December 23, 2012 - Over the past few years, interest rates on loans have really come down. Of course, some people will use this as an excuse to get further into debt but this will surely backfire on them if they do not take care. In general terms, easing payments on several high interest loans by rolling them all into one that has a lower interest rate is the best way to use this phenomenon to its full advantage. This then should be used to ease the debt burden and not to add more fuel to the fire, so to speak.

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Debt Management

Florida Pays Debts in Anticipation for Another Recession

November 22, 2012 - Though several news reports suggest that the United States will be able to pick itself up, some will not just take them at face value. They’d rather be prepared for another recession than to rely their hopes on the news. These include the people of Florida. Based on a study conducted by a nonprofit debt management organization called Credit Karma, the Floridians have been paying their credit card debt and mortgage.

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Debt Relief

Debt Relief Guide

June 8, 2011 - The term “debt relief” materializes several different ways but has one specific meaning--relieving debt as the partial or total forgiveness of debt. This can be done through re-organizing and re-prioritizing finances or by working with a debt relief company to reconcile the balance to a manageable amount. Debt relief is needed in order to rebuild credit, maintain or increase personal or commercial savings and to reduce the stress and burden placed upon individuals who carry unresolved debt.

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Why Debt Negotiations and Debt Management Plan (DMP) are Better than Bankruptcy

June 1, 2011 - Although bankruptcy will make the calls stop, it will leave deep scars on your credit report. According to financial guru, Dave Ramsey, bankruptcy is never the answer. He writes about bankruptcy on his website and says, “Bankruptcy is not something I recommend any more than I would recommend divorce.” Ramsey continues by saying that bankruptcy is listed as one of the top five life-altering negative events in person’s life, along with divorce, severe illness, disability and the loss of a loved one.

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